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Titolo: The Complete Works of C. S. Calverley with a...
Casa editrice: George Bell and Sons, London
Data di pubblicazione: 1901
Condizione libro: Very Good
Full tree calf leather hardback binding with gilt fleurons at both the outside and inside edges, with raised bands at spine and gilt titles and decorations. All edges gilt. Marbled endpapers. Front and back board starting to split fron the spine but are still intact. Previous owner's inscription at first page blank. Some foxing to the paper. Unknown inky-looking spots at last page blank. Else pages have a firm binding and are bright (and humerous to read!). Tissue-gaurded frontis of the poet. Included are such delights as "Ode to Tobacco", An Examination Paper, also a chapter on translations containing his work into Greek etc. Size: 7.5"/5". Codice inventario libreria 044423
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