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Crowning the King: The History, Symbolism and Meaning of the Coronation Ceremony

£25.00

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Allied Newspapers Limited, London, First edition, undated (COPAC, British Library, 1937). Hardback, bound in three-quarter royal blue cloth with spine in scarlet cloth, title on spine and front board, together with a pattern of the four national emblems, all in gilt; 4to., 256 pp,; sixteen chapters on various aspects of the Coronation Ceremony together with historical notes; frontispiece and fourteen other plates, as well as 88 illustrations in the text. Book condition: Fine, and is enclosed in original red cardboard shipping box.

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Still in original shipping box
Author(s):
Various
Condition:
Fine
Dimensions:
190 mm x 250 mm
Edition:
First Edition
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
256
Publisher:
Allied Newspapers Limited
Title:
Crowning the King: The History, Symbolism and Meaning of the Coronation Ceremony

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Allied Newspapers Limited, London, First edition, undated (COPAC, British Library, 1937). Hardback, bound in three-quarter royal blue cloth with spine in scarlet cloth, title on spine and front board, together with a pattern of the four national emblems, all in gilt; 4to., 256 pp,; sixteen chapters on various aspects of the Coronation Ceremony together with historical notes; frontispiece and fourteen other plates, as well as 88 illustrations in the text. Book condition: Fine, and is enclosed in original red cardboard shipping box.

Added value:
Still in original shipping box
Author(s):
Various
Condition:
Fine
Dimensions:
190 mm x 250 mm
Edition:
First Edition
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
256
Publisher:
Allied Newspapers Limited
Title:
Crowning the King: The History, Symbolism and Meaning of the Coronation Ceremony

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