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Clyde Lighthouses : A Short History of the Clyde Lighthouses Trust 1756-1956 by George Blake

£19.99

Product description

Illustrated with photographs on plates; endpapers give a chart showing positions of lighthouses and other seamarks. Pagination: vii + 56 pages.

Blue cloth binding with gilt lettering to spine and gilt lettering and emblem to front cover; illustrated dust-jacket.

Good condition for a second-hand book: light wear and soiling to dust-jacket with 4cm internal tear to jacket front, light tanning to jacket spine, edges and flap folds, lighter tanning to rest of outer surface; light bowing to front hardcover along fore edge; very light tanning to page edges with light soiling to top edge of pages and hardcovers, light partial tanning to free endpapers, otherwise internally fine.

Item details

Author(s):
Blake, George
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
Published 1956.
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
56
Publisher:
Jackson, Son and Company
Title:
Clyde Lighthouses

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Illustrated with photographs on plates; endpapers give a chart showing positions of lighthouses and other seamarks. Pagination: vii + 56 pages.

Blue cloth binding with gilt lettering to spine and gilt lettering and emblem to front cover; illustrated dust-jacket.

Good condition for a second-hand book: light wear and soiling to dust-jacket with 4cm internal tear to jacket front, light tanning to jacket spine, edges and flap folds, lighter tanning to rest of outer surface; light bowing to front hardcover along fore edge; very light tanning to page edges with light soiling to top edge of pages and hardcovers, light partial tanning to free endpapers, otherwise internally fine.

Author(s):
Blake, George
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
Published 1956.
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
56
Publisher:
Jackson, Son and Company
Title:
Clyde Lighthouses

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