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The Sunday at Home 1898-99

£24.99

Product description

Green cloth hardback with bevelled boards, gilt titles on the front and spine, black stamped illustrations on the front and spine. The top and base of the spine are worn and bumped but intact, the corners of the boards are a little worn. Decorative endpapers; the first and last free endpapers are tanned. Gilt page edges. The text pages are very clan and unmarked. Thirteen illustrations in colour, some of which have retained their protective tissue guards. However these tissue guards have tanned and have transferred a very light tanning to the colour illustration that they are protecting. The binding is tight and the hinges are sound. The Sunday at Home was a family magazine for Sabbath reading. This volume collects together the editions for 1898-99 and is in very good condition.

Item details

Added value:
Very good condition
Author(s):
Various
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1898-99
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
812
Publisher:
Religious Tract Society

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About this item

Green cloth hardback with bevelled boards, gilt titles on the front and spine, black stamped illustrations on the front and spine. The top and base of the spine are worn and bumped but intact, the corners of the boards are a little worn. Decorative endpapers; the first and last free endpapers are tanned. Gilt page edges. The text pages are very clan and unmarked. Thirteen illustrations in colour, some of which have retained their protective tissue guards. However these tissue guards have tanned and have transferred a very light tanning to the colour illustration that they are protecting. The binding is tight and the hinges are sound. The Sunday at Home was a family magazine for Sabbath reading. This volume collects together the editions for 1898-99 and is in very good condition.

Added value:
Very good condition
Author(s):
Various
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1898-99
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
812
Publisher:
Religious Tract Society

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