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In That Number (Southampton FC Chronicle) 2003 by D. Bull 1st edition

£24.99

Product description

A post war chronicle of Southampton FC 'In that number' by David Bull with a foreword from Matt le Tissier (2003)

condition:
the book is in a very good condition. The pages of the book are in perfect condition. The paper dust jacket is in good condition except there is a small tear in the top corner of the dust jacket that can be repaired with tape. other than that there is little to no damage to the book at all.

Item details

Author(s):
D. Bull
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
310x250x50mm
Edition:
first
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
095344743X
ISBN-13:
9780953447435
Number of pages:
628
Publisher:
Hagiology Publishing
Title:
In that number

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A post war chronicle of Southampton FC 'In that number' by David Bull with a foreword from Matt le Tissier (2003)

condition:
the book is in a very good condition. The pages of the book are in perfect condition. The paper dust jacket is in good condition except there is a small tear in the top corner of the dust jacket that can be repaired with tape. other than that there is little to no damage to the book at all.

Author(s):
D. Bull
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
310x250x50mm
Edition:
first
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
095344743X
ISBN-13:
9780953447435
Number of pages:
628
Publisher:
Hagiology Publishing
Title:
In that number

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