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Cornwall

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Hardback First edition published by Alexander associates in 1996.Illustrated predominantly white unclipped dust jacket, worn and slightly torn at extremities. black cloth covered boards with gilt title on spine. Spine bumped especially at bottom. Otherwise clean and tightly bound with no inscriptions.

Philip Payton's "Cornwall" is a major contribution to Cornish literature. It is the first full length, fully illustrated, comprehensive history of Cornwall to be written for a generation. Combining stunning photography with an authoritative text, it covers the broad sweep of Cornish history from earliest times to the present day.

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Author(s):
Payton, Philip
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
30.8 x 22.8 x 2.8 cms
Edition:
First, 1996
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1899526609
ISBN-13:
9781899526604
Number of pages:
310
Publisher:
Alexander Associates
Title:
Cornwall

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Hardback First edition published by Alexander associates in 1996.Illustrated predominantly white unclipped dust jacket, worn and slightly torn at extremities. black cloth covered boards with gilt title on spine. Spine bumped especially at bottom. Otherwise clean and tightly bound with no inscriptions.

Philip Payton's "Cornwall" is a major contribution to Cornish literature. It is the first full length, fully illustrated, comprehensive history of Cornwall to be written for a generation. Combining stunning photography with an authoritative text, it covers the broad sweep of Cornish history from earliest times to the present day.

Added value:
Rarely Available
Author(s):
Payton, Philip
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
30.8 x 22.8 x 2.8 cms
Edition:
First, 1996
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1899526609
ISBN-13:
9781899526604
Number of pages:
310
Publisher:
Alexander Associates
Title:
Cornwall

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