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Ross Bridge And The Sculpture Of Daniel Herbert By Leslie Greener And Norman Laird Pub By Fullers Bookshop 1971

£20.00

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Ross Bridge and the sculpture of Daniel Herbert by Leslie Greener and Norman Laird published by Fullers Bookshop 1971. Hardback book with dust jacket. 192 pages. The dust jacket is in a very poor condition with multiple rips and tears and some fading. Underneath the dust jacket the dark blue boards are in a good condition. Internally the book is in a near perfect state with no marks or creases. There are some inscriptions in pencil on the half title page and an inscription in pen on the title page. The black and white photographs are all clean and bright. The Binding is firm and tight. A fascinating book.

Item details

Author(s):
Leslie Greener and Norman Laird
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
192
Publisher:
Fullers Bookshop
Title:
Ross Bridge

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Ross Bridge and the sculpture of Daniel Herbert by Leslie Greener and Norman Laird published by Fullers Bookshop 1971. Hardback book with dust jacket. 192 pages. The dust jacket is in a very poor condition with multiple rips and tears and some fading. Underneath the dust jacket the dark blue boards are in a good condition. Internally the book is in a near perfect state with no marks or creases. There are some inscriptions in pencil on the half title page and an inscription in pen on the title page. The black and white photographs are all clean and bright. The Binding is firm and tight. A fascinating book.

Author(s):
Leslie Greener and Norman Laird
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
192
Publisher:
Fullers Bookshop
Title:
Ross Bridge

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