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The Ports of the Exe Estuary 1660-1860 : A Study in Historical Geography by E.A.G. Clark

£12.99

Product description

Describes the geographic setting and economic life of the Exe ports. Illustrated.

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

Good condition for a second-hand book: 9cm open tear to top corner of dust-jacket rear flap, otherwise light wear to remainder of jacket, mainly to top edge with small closed tears and creasing to edge and light chipping to spine ends and flap folds; light bumping to spine ends and bottom corners of hardcovers, light bowing to covers along top and bottom edges, light denting to front cover bottom edge; very light foxing to endpapers and page edges with light soiling to top edge of pages, otherwise internally fine given age of book.

Item details

Author(s):
Clark, E.A.G.
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
Published 1960.
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
247
Publisher:
The University of Exeter
Title:
The Ports of the Exe Estuary 1660-1860

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Describes the geographic setting and economic life of the Exe ports. Illustrated.

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

Good condition for a second-hand book: 9cm open tear to top corner of dust-jacket rear flap, otherwise light wear to remainder of jacket, mainly to top edge with small closed tears and creasing to edge and light chipping to spine ends and flap folds; light bumping to spine ends and bottom corners of hardcovers, light bowing to covers along top and bottom edges, light denting to front cover bottom edge; very light foxing to endpapers and page edges with light soiling to top edge of pages, otherwise internally fine given age of book.

Author(s):
Clark, E.A.G.
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
Published 1960.
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
247
Publisher:
The University of Exeter
Title:
The Ports of the Exe Estuary 1660-1860

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