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Celtic Researches on the Origin, Traditions and Language of the Ancient Britons

£65.00

Product description

This 1804 publication is in good condition. the hard board cover is faded but the leather corners and spine are in very good condition. The page ends are a blue pattern (see photos). Internally the pages are tight to the spine and there is some tanning throughout. There appears to be one page with a green annotation beside the text but otherwise there are no annotations or markings. The Index pages are loose (see photo). This book is a private publication and was printed and sold by J Booth Duke Street Portland Place London.

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Author(s):
Davies, Edward
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1804
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
561
Publisher:
Edward Davies through J Booth

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This 1804 publication is in good condition. the hard board cover is faded but the leather corners and spine are in very good condition. The page ends are a blue pattern (see photos). Internally the pages are tight to the spine and there is some tanning throughout. There appears to be one page with a green annotation beside the text but otherwise there are no annotations or markings. The Index pages are loose (see photo). This book is a private publication and was printed and sold by J Booth Duke Street Portland Place London.

Author(s):
Davies, Edward
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1804
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
561
Publisher:
Edward Davies through J Booth

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