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Titolo: The Celtic Monthly a Magazine for ...
Casa editrice: A. M. Mackay, Glasgow
Data di pubblicazione: 1912
Legatura: Hard Back
Condizione libro: Poor
READING COPY ONLY. Monthly magazines January 1912 - December 1912 bound into one volume by the publishers. Green cloth boards in a sorry state with stains and bumped corners, and large parts torn and dangling at the spine and some of the cloth is lost from the top of the spine. However, the pages are intact, and are bright and free from inscriptions, with the exception of the front-free-endpaper, which has a previous owner's ink inscription. Endpapers foxed. Occasional crease to pages, and occasional thumbing/mark. tear along bottom edge of last page, but no loss to text. Overall the outside is bad, the inside is good.240pp B&W illustrations and text. Size: 9.25"/7.5". Codice inventario libreria 042922
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