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Titolo: A Voice from Waterloo
Casa editrice: B. Green, Great Britain:
Data di pubblicazione: 1862
Legatura: Hard Back
Condizione libro: Very Good
Sixth Edition, revised and enlarged. Subtitle - "a History of the Battle Fought on the 18th June 1815 With a Selection from the Wellington Dispatches, General Orders and Letters relating to the Battle. Illustrated with Engravings, Portraits and Plans by Sergeant-Major Edward Cotton". Small size book 280pp. Frontis, plates, maps and in-text illustrations. This book has recently been beautifully rebound in half-leather with raised bands and gilt at spine. It has the original orange cloth boards at front and back with it's embossed gilt emblumns at front and back board, and new endpapers. All plates present. The original book has general wear for its age with some marks at edges and minor tears. The large map of the field of waterloo at the back is mostly complete but is torn, foxed has a 1cm circular hole and has clear tape repairs (which have not bled). This book has become a lovely solid copy in its new binding. Size: 6.5"/4.5". Codice inventario libreria 035952
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