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A genealogical and Heraldic History of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain

£29.99

Product description

Eleventh edition 1906, scarce. The famous 'Burke's Landed Gentry'. Red cloth hard covers with gilt titles on the spine, all a little faded. Boards have bevelled edges, some edge and corner wear, surface scuffing and fading. Bumping at the top and base of the spine. Cloth is split at the top and base of the front hinge. Gilt top edge. Some light soiling on the fore and lower edges. Front hinge cracked at the pastedown. Foxing on the first and last free endpapers. Binding is good. No inscriptions. Owner bookplate on front pastedown.

Item details

Added value:
Scarce edition
Author(s):
Burke, Sir Bernard
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
27cm x 19cm x 11cm
Edition:
1906
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
1882
Publisher:
Harrison & Sons

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About this item

Eleventh edition 1906, scarce. The famous 'Burke's Landed Gentry'. Red cloth hard covers with gilt titles on the spine, all a little faded. Boards have bevelled edges, some edge and corner wear, surface scuffing and fading. Bumping at the top and base of the spine. Cloth is split at the top and base of the front hinge. Gilt top edge. Some light soiling on the fore and lower edges. Front hinge cracked at the pastedown. Foxing on the first and last free endpapers. Binding is good. No inscriptions. Owner bookplate on front pastedown.

Added value:
Scarce edition
Author(s):
Burke, Sir Bernard
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
27cm x 19cm x 11cm
Edition:
1906
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
1882
Publisher:
Harrison & Sons

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