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The English Man's Country

£45.00

Product description

HB without DJ, bound for the Royal Air Force, St. Athan in blue with gilt RAF emblem on front cover and highly decorative spine. Gilt edges. Front cover has some water damage and there is a prize certificate pasted on the inside front cover. Text is clean and unmarked with 48 colour plates and 137 black and white, including King's College Chapel, Cambridge, Rosyth Dockyard and Haddon Hall, Derbyshire.

Essays on different areas are written by a number of well-known authors e.g. English Country Houses by V. Sackville-West; English Villages by Edmund Blunden; English Cities and Small Towns by John Betjeman.

A very attractive edition in VG condition, apart from the aforementioned damp staining.

Item details

Author(s):
Various
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
Medium 8vo
Edition:
1945 2nd impression
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
319
Publisher:
Collins
Title:
The Englishman's Country

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About this item

HB without DJ, bound for the Royal Air Force, St. Athan in blue with gilt RAF emblem on front cover and highly decorative spine. Gilt edges. Front cover has some water damage and there is a prize certificate pasted on the inside front cover. Text is clean and unmarked with 48 colour plates and 137 black and white, including King's College Chapel, Cambridge, Rosyth Dockyard and Haddon Hall, Derbyshire.

Essays on different areas are written by a number of well-known authors e.g. English Country Houses by V. Sackville-West; English Villages by Edmund Blunden; English Cities and Small Towns by John Betjeman.

A very attractive edition in VG condition, apart from the aforementioned damp staining.

Author(s):
Various
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
Medium 8vo
Edition:
1945 2nd impression
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
319
Publisher:
Collins
Title:
The Englishman's Country

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