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The History of Hitchin. In two volumes

£33.00

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Reprint in 500 copies, published by subscription, of the two volumes first published 1927 (vol. I) and 1929 (vol. II). Vol I has viii + 375 pages, vol. II has 545 pages. In vol. II: Bibliography pp. 454-503; list of Subscribers (continued from Vol. I, pp. 349-375) on pp. 504-509; Subjects Index pp. 511-514; Index of Persons pp. 515-531; Index of Places pp. 532-536; List of subscribers to the 1972 edition pp. 537-545. With b/w photographs and figures: vol. I 40 illustrations listed pp. 11-14, in vol. II 120 illustrations listed on pp. 11-19. One foldout plan in vol. I, after p. 80, with the plan of St. Mary's Church, Hitchin. Grey endpapers, very clean. Bound in red cloth on hard boards, with a black label and gilt lettering on the spine. The books are in good condition, but are a bit twisted on the whole, though the binding is firm. Pages 296-300 have slight creasing at top edges.

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Author(s):
Hine, Reginald L.
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
6 1/4" x 10"
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
300
Publisher:
Eric T. Moore
Title:
The History of Hitchin. In two volumes

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Reprint in 500 copies, published by subscription, of the two volumes first published 1927 (vol. I) and 1929 (vol. II). Vol I has viii + 375 pages, vol. II has 545 pages. In vol. II: Bibliography pp. 454-503; list of Subscribers (continued from Vol. I, pp. 349-375) on pp. 504-509; Subjects Index pp. 511-514; Index of Persons pp. 515-531; Index of Places pp. 532-536; List of subscribers to the 1972 edition pp. 537-545. With b/w photographs and figures: vol. I 40 illustrations listed pp. 11-14, in vol. II 120 illustrations listed on pp. 11-19. One foldout plan in vol. I, after p. 80, with the plan of St. Mary's Church, Hitchin. Grey endpapers, very clean. Bound in red cloth on hard boards, with a black label and gilt lettering on the spine. The books are in good condition, but are a bit twisted on the whole, though the binding is firm. Pages 296-300 have slight creasing at top edges.

Author(s):
Hine, Reginald L.
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
6 1/4" x 10"
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
300
Publisher:
Eric T. Moore
Title:
The History of Hitchin. In two volumes

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