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The Story of the Ashantee Campaign (REDUCED FROM £200)

£175.00

Product description

Published 1874. Rare first edition in original green cloth hardback cover with gilt decoration. By Winwood Reade - The 'Times' Special Correspondent.

Pages are unmarked (no inscriptions) but have some foxing throughout. Inside first page has a School Prize Award note stuck onto it from 1878, with another name inscription on it from 1950. The map between the contents and Chapter 1 has a rip approx. 3 inches long along the right edge. Inside back page has a small diamond shaped sticker. Pages edges are untrimmed. Green hardback cover shows some wear.

Item details

Author(s):
Winwood Reade
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
First Edition
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
433
Publisher:
Smith, Elder, & Co.
Title:
The Story of the Ashantee Campaign

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About this item

Published 1874. Rare first edition in original green cloth hardback cover with gilt decoration. By Winwood Reade - The 'Times' Special Correspondent.

Pages are unmarked (no inscriptions) but have some foxing throughout. Inside first page has a School Prize Award note stuck onto it from 1878, with another name inscription on it from 1950. The map between the contents and Chapter 1 has a rip approx. 3 inches long along the right edge. Inside back page has a small diamond shaped sticker. Pages edges are untrimmed. Green hardback cover shows some wear.

Author(s):
Winwood Reade
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
First Edition
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
433
Publisher:
Smith, Elder, & Co.
Title:
The Story of the Ashantee Campaign

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