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A History of Everyday Things in England in 2 Volumes

£15.99

Product description

These books were designed and specifically written for adolescents to give a background to the rather more restricted history curriculum to which they were exposed. We are offering the two volume set of this work - which appeared in a number of other versions.
Batsford hardbacks with no DJs Volume One is from 1066 - 1499 (third impression of 1920 208 pages) and Volume 2 from 1500 until 1799 (second impresskion 1920 pp 208). Both are a bit grubby and worn. There are large numbers of black and white illustrations and floor plans. There are also four colour illustrations in each volume but two of those in volume 2 are lying free and need pasting back. There is an owner's name on the ffep of each book dated Christmas day 1920. Apart from the noted loose colour plates the binding is good and there are no marks.

Item details

Author(s):
Marjorie and C H B Quennell
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
23 x 16 cm approx
Edition:
1920
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Batsford
Title:
A History of Everyday Things in England in 2 Volumes

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These books were designed and specifically written for adolescents to give a background to the rather more restricted history curriculum to which they were exposed. We are offering the two volume set of this work - which appeared in a number of other versions.
Batsford hardbacks with no DJs Volume One is from 1066 - 1499 (third impression of 1920 208 pages) and Volume 2 from 1500 until 1799 (second impresskion 1920 pp 208). Both are a bit grubby and worn. There are large numbers of black and white illustrations and floor plans. There are also four colour illustrations in each volume but two of those in volume 2 are lying free and need pasting back. There is an owner's name on the ffep of each book dated Christmas day 1920. Apart from the noted loose colour plates the binding is good and there are no marks.

Author(s):
Marjorie and C H B Quennell
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
23 x 16 cm approx
Edition:
1920
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Batsford
Title:
A History of Everyday Things in England in 2 Volumes

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