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Titolo: The History of New France. Volumes II & III.
Casa editrice: The Champlain Society, Toronto
Data di pubblicazione: 1911
Condizione libro: Very Good
Tipologia articolo: Book
Two volumes (of three, lacking Volume I). A limited edition of 520 copies, these being no. 197. Original red buckram cloth hard covers, with gilt titles and crest to spines. Some mild toning to spines. Volume III shows a faint discoloration to the fore-edge of each cover, with some attendant bubbling to paste-down end-papers inside. Edges of text-blocks just slightly toned. Otherwise a clean, tight and unmarked set. Very neat -- really a sound and handsome pair! Folding maps (four in Vol. II and one in Vol. III) -- all present, as called for, and very neat. Size: 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. Codice inventario libreria 48520clt
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