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Focloir Gaedilge agus Bearla- An Irish-English dictionary

£90.00

Product description

This book was published in 1979 by the Educational Company of Ireland Ltd and has it's dust jacket. The boards are a dark green with impressed text and an Irish/ Celtic design on the front board and on the spine in gold. There is some slight edge wear from use, the corners of the boards and top and bottom of the spine have been slightly bumped. The dust jacket is white with green text, and has various nicks, folds and tears/ rips, this is along with some discolouration. There is some spotting to the top edge of the pages and the bottom edge has some discolouration to the right hand edge near the corner. The front and rear paste-downs have a mark where the tape that once secured the dust jacket was. There is some writing from a previous owner on the front free end-paper in pencil, the pages are otherwise clean and bright with no rips or tears. The hinge is strong.

Item details

Author(s):
Dinneen. S. Patrick
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
140mm x 205mm x 65mm Approximately
Edition:
1979
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
1334
Publisher:
The Educational Company of Ireland, Ltd.
Title:
Focloir Gaedilge agus Bearla- An Irish-English dictionary

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This book was published in 1979 by the Educational Company of Ireland Ltd and has it's dust jacket. The boards are a dark green with impressed text and an Irish/ Celtic design on the front board and on the spine in gold. There is some slight edge wear from use, the corners of the boards and top and bottom of the spine have been slightly bumped. The dust jacket is white with green text, and has various nicks, folds and tears/ rips, this is along with some discolouration. There is some spotting to the top edge of the pages and the bottom edge has some discolouration to the right hand edge near the corner. The front and rear paste-downs have a mark where the tape that once secured the dust jacket was. There is some writing from a previous owner on the front free end-paper in pencil, the pages are otherwise clean and bright with no rips or tears. The hinge is strong.

Author(s):
Dinneen. S. Patrick
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
140mm x 205mm x 65mm Approximately
Edition:
1979
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
1334
Publisher:
The Educational Company of Ireland, Ltd.
Title:
Focloir Gaedilge agus Bearla- An Irish-English dictionary

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