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St. Helena, 1502-1938

£14.99

Product description

Hardback with dust jacket. Light shelf wear to book. A few small, faint marks to page edges. Label on title page, which is also signed by Trevor Hearl, the author of the introduction. Label The pages themselves are all present, tightly bound, free from notes, clean and bright. The book is in very good condition.

*SIGNED EDITION*

Philip Gosse provides a detailed and insightful account of the history of Britain's most remote and second oldest colony from 1502 to 1938. Features three sections of black and white photographic plates. Trevor Hearl introduces an updates version of Gosse's work, originally published in 1938.

Oswestry, Shropshire, UK: Anthony Nelson Limited, 1990

Item details

Author(s):
Philip Gosse and Trevor Hearl
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0904614395
ISBN-13:
9780904614398
Number of pages:
447
Publisher:
Anthony Nelson Ltd
Title:
St. Helena, 1502-1938

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Hardback with dust jacket. Light shelf wear to book. A few small, faint marks to page edges. Label on title page, which is also signed by Trevor Hearl, the author of the introduction. Label The pages themselves are all present, tightly bound, free from notes, clean and bright. The book is in very good condition.

*SIGNED EDITION*

Philip Gosse provides a detailed and insightful account of the history of Britain's most remote and second oldest colony from 1502 to 1938. Features three sections of black and white photographic plates. Trevor Hearl introduces an updates version of Gosse's work, originally published in 1938.

Oswestry, Shropshire, UK: Anthony Nelson Limited, 1990

Author(s):
Philip Gosse and Trevor Hearl
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0904614395
ISBN-13:
9780904614398
Number of pages:
447
Publisher:
Anthony Nelson Ltd
Title:
St. Helena, 1502-1938

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