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Pre-Historic Devon: Address at the Opening of the Seventieth Meeting of the Plymouth Institute (& second book)

£250.00

Product description

Omnibus edition of two addresses given by R.N. Worth in the 1880s at the openings of the Seventieth and the Seventy-First meetings of the Plymouth Institution, one on the prehistory of the Devon area and one on Saxon Devon.

Condition: Pagination in the second half of the book out of order; pages 33 and 34 are in-between pages 38 and 39. Original binding; boards very rubbed and worn with staining, head of spine slightly torn. Tear along hinge on marbled endpapers; moderate foxing to FEPs, title page, some interior map pages but not affecting readability. Slight tear to one interior page, not affecting readability. Fold-out pages intact. Some pencil writing from previous bookseller on front FEP; signature of previous owner on back FEP. Pages clean and clear, binding tight.

Item details

Author(s):
Worth, R.N.
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
8vo - 8 - 10
Dimensions:
8vo
Edition:
1881 & 1883
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
120
Publisher:
Plymouth Institution
Title:
Pre-Historic Devon: Address at the Opening of the Seventieth Meeting of the Plymouth Institute (& second book)

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Omnibus edition of two addresses given by R.N. Worth in the 1880s at the openings of the Seventieth and the Seventy-First meetings of the Plymouth Institution, one on the prehistory of the Devon area and one on Saxon Devon.

Condition: Pagination in the second half of the book out of order; pages 33 and 34 are in-between pages 38 and 39. Original binding; boards very rubbed and worn with staining, head of spine slightly torn. Tear along hinge on marbled endpapers; moderate foxing to FEPs, title page, some interior map pages but not affecting readability. Slight tear to one interior page, not affecting readability. Fold-out pages intact. Some pencil writing from previous bookseller on front FEP; signature of previous owner on back FEP. Pages clean and clear, binding tight.

Author(s):
Worth, R.N.
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
8vo - 8 - 10
Dimensions:
8vo
Edition:
1881 & 1883
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
120
Publisher:
Plymouth Institution
Title:
Pre-Historic Devon: Address at the Opening of the Seventieth Meeting of the Plymouth Institute (& second book)

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