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V.R.I.: Queen Victoria, Her Life and Empire

£15.99

Product description

V.R.I.: Queen Victoria, Her Life and Empire . Published in 1901 by Harmsworth Brothers Ltd. A large folio volume (33cms x 25cms x 3cms) in its original blue cloth with title in gilt on front cover and spine together with elaborate gilt and black decoration to front. gilt edges to pages. Lavishly illustrated with black and white photographs and copies of paintings of the period. A full description of the life and reign of Queen Victoria. here is fading and wear to the cloth boards as well as a couple of small stains. The spine is generally intact although the inside binding seems to be coming loose and the first 5 pages are starting to come loose (a repair has been attempted - unsuccessfully).

Item details

Author(s):
Argyll, Duke of
Condition:
Fair
Dimensions:
33cms x 25cms x 3cms: 2.4kgs
Edition:
1st
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
396
Publisher:
Harmsworth Brothers Ltd
Title:
V.R.I.: Queen Victoria, Her Life and Empire

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About this item

V.R.I.: Queen Victoria, Her Life and Empire . Published in 1901 by Harmsworth Brothers Ltd. A large folio volume (33cms x 25cms x 3cms) in its original blue cloth with title in gilt on front cover and spine together with elaborate gilt and black decoration to front. gilt edges to pages. Lavishly illustrated with black and white photographs and copies of paintings of the period. A full description of the life and reign of Queen Victoria. here is fading and wear to the cloth boards as well as a couple of small stains. The spine is generally intact although the inside binding seems to be coming loose and the first 5 pages are starting to come loose (a repair has been attempted - unsuccessfully).

Author(s):
Argyll, Duke of
Condition:
Fair
Dimensions:
33cms x 25cms x 3cms: 2.4kgs
Edition:
1st
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
396
Publisher:
Harmsworth Brothers Ltd
Title:
V.R.I.: Queen Victoria, Her Life and Empire

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