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Heraldry as art first edition hardback 1907

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Product description

Heraldry as art: An accovnt of its development and practice chiefly in England by G.W. Eve

Author: G.W. Eve
Published in 1907
published by B.T. Batsford, 94 high Holborn London 1907
Printed by Butler & Tanner, at the Selwood printing works in Frome and London

Condition: This book is overall in a fair condition.
The front and back cover of the book have markings on them, the cover edges have been slightly worn. The bottom corners of the book have been bumped and are bending inwards slightly. the top has faded corners. The spine cover has faded significantly from blue to black due to sunlight most likely. The spine cover has been bumped at the top and bottom and has cracks and tears at the top and no tear but cracks at the bottom. The cover has slightly come away from the first page of the book but is still attached by the braided tape on the inside of the book. The book is a loose bound book. The pages inside the book are in reasonably good condition.

Item details

Author(s):
G.W. Eve
Condition:
Fair
Edition:
first
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
308
Publisher:
B.T. Batsford
Title:
Heraldry as art

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Heraldry as art: An accovnt of its development and practice chiefly in England by G.W. Eve

Author: G.W. Eve
Published in 1907
published by B.T. Batsford, 94 high Holborn London 1907
Printed by Butler & Tanner, at the Selwood printing works in Frome and London

Condition: This book is overall in a fair condition.
The front and back cover of the book have markings on them, the cover edges have been slightly worn. The bottom corners of the book have been bumped and are bending inwards slightly. the top has faded corners. The spine cover has faded significantly from blue to black due to sunlight most likely. The spine cover has been bumped at the top and bottom and has cracks and tears at the top and no tear but cracks at the bottom. The cover has slightly come away from the first page of the book but is still attached by the braided tape on the inside of the book. The book is a loose bound book. The pages inside the book are in reasonably good condition.

Author(s):
G.W. Eve
Condition:
Fair
Edition:
first
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
308
Publisher:
B.T. Batsford
Title:
Heraldry as art

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