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Domestic Needlework Its origins and customs throughout the centuries

£200.00

Product description

This large undated book is believed to be circa 1920's. The dust jacket has a plastic cover over it but is itself damaged around the edges. (see photos). Internally pages ends are tanned. There is an handmade presentation certificate which is cellotaped to the first blank page. there are no other marks or annotations.

This English edition is limited to 500 copies of which this is number 410.

It is a large book and will be dispatched by courier

Item details

Added value:
Limited Edition
Author(s):
Seilgman, G Saville & Hughes, Talbot
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1926?
Format:
Hardback
Publisher:
London Country Life/ Paris Firmin-Didot

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About this item

This large undated book is believed to be circa 1920's. The dust jacket has a plastic cover over it but is itself damaged around the edges. (see photos). Internally pages ends are tanned. There is an handmade presentation certificate which is cellotaped to the first blank page. there are no other marks or annotations.

This English edition is limited to 500 copies of which this is number 410.

It is a large book and will be dispatched by courier

Added value:
Limited Edition
Author(s):
Seilgman, G Saville & Hughes, Talbot
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1926?
Format:
Hardback
Publisher:
London Country Life/ Paris Firmin-Didot

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