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Das Fideicommiß. Aus dem Schwedischen. Erster bis vierter Theil.

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In German. Published 1844. Title translates as ‘The Fideicommiss. From the Swedish. First to fourth part.’ Half bound with tan calf spine and corners, marbled boards. The spine is bumped at the top with short tears on both sides, gilt titles on a black background plus ridges and gilt decoration. Edge and corner wear. Boards have surface rubbing. Marbled page edges and endpapers. The front hinge is broken at the pastedown so the front board is not attached to the text block. Rear hinge cracked before the endpaper. Light damp stain on the top margin of the first c150 pages either side of the hinge. Occasional foxing in the text. A novel originally written in Swedish and published in 1844. The Fidelcommiss was an ancient form of ownership and restriction on land, in which property could pass only to members of the direct male line of a family, and when a time came when there were no direct male members to inherit, the property reverted to the state.

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Scarce book, published 1844
Author(s):
Flygare-Carlen, Emilie
Condition:
Fair
Dimensions:
13.5cm x 9.5cm
Edition:
1844
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
440

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In German. Published 1844. Title translates as ‘The Fideicommiss. From the Swedish. First to fourth part.’ Half bound with tan calf spine and corners, marbled boards. The spine is bumped at the top with short tears on both sides, gilt titles on a black background plus ridges and gilt decoration. Edge and corner wear. Boards have surface rubbing. Marbled page edges and endpapers. The front hinge is broken at the pastedown so the front board is not attached to the text block. Rear hinge cracked before the endpaper. Light damp stain on the top margin of the first c150 pages either side of the hinge. Occasional foxing in the text. A novel originally written in Swedish and published in 1844. The Fidelcommiss was an ancient form of ownership and restriction on land, in which property could pass only to members of the direct male line of a family, and when a time came when there were no direct male members to inherit, the property reverted to the state.

Added value:
Scarce book, published 1844
Author(s):
Flygare-Carlen, Emilie
Condition:
Fair
Dimensions:
13.5cm x 9.5cm
Edition:
1844
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
440

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