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History Of Northumberland Vol. 4: Roman Wall, Haydon Bridge, Haltwhistle

£16.99

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Published by Frank Graham, Newcastle Upon Tyne, in 1974, a facsimile edition of the 1840 work. Hard Cover. Condition: Fair overall. This is a stout 4to, pp.xxii, 444, appendices at rear and black & white illustrations. This facsimile is Part II Vol III of the original work by the Rev John Hodgson, published in 1840, and dealing mainly with the Roman Wall. There is an introduction by Professor Eric Birley outlining the significance of Hodgson's writings on the Roman antiquities of Northern England. The priceclipped dustjacket is edge worn, and is torn along the front edge and the inside flap. It is just about holding. It is also torn at the head of the spine. The back cover is yellowing as is the page block. The endpapers a lightly spotted. The red leatherette binding is gilt stamped on the spine and is worn along all the edges. The page block itself appears to be clean and free from annotations.

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Author(s):
John Hodgson
Condition:
Fair
Dimensions:
29x23x5.5cm
Edition:
1974 facsimile of 1840 edition
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0859830608
Publisher:
Frank Graham, Newcastle
Title:
History Of Northumberland Vol. 4: Roman Wall, Haydon Bridge, Haltwhistle

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Published by Frank Graham, Newcastle Upon Tyne, in 1974, a facsimile edition of the 1840 work. Hard Cover. Condition: Fair overall. This is a stout 4to, pp.xxii, 444, appendices at rear and black & white illustrations. This facsimile is Part II Vol III of the original work by the Rev John Hodgson, published in 1840, and dealing mainly with the Roman Wall. There is an introduction by Professor Eric Birley outlining the significance of Hodgson's writings on the Roman antiquities of Northern England. The priceclipped dustjacket is edge worn, and is torn along the front edge and the inside flap. It is just about holding. It is also torn at the head of the spine. The back cover is yellowing as is the page block. The endpapers a lightly spotted. The red leatherette binding is gilt stamped on the spine and is worn along all the edges. The page block itself appears to be clean and free from annotations.

Author(s):
John Hodgson
Condition:
Fair
Dimensions:
29x23x5.5cm
Edition:
1974 facsimile of 1840 edition
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0859830608
Publisher:
Frank Graham, Newcastle
Title:
History Of Northumberland Vol. 4: Roman Wall, Haydon Bridge, Haltwhistle

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