Early History of the Stricklands of Sizergh Together With Some Account of the Allied Families of d'Eyncourt, Fleming, Greystoke, and Dunbar
Clean, tight, square and bright first printing of the Rumford revised edition bound in dark blue boards with gilt titles. The book is without flaw except for paperclip indentations on pages 19 and the plate between pages 58 and 59, and the two-page chart showing connection of the families Strickland, Washington, and Carleton, which has been augmented in ink to include later births to the Carletons of Massachusetts. Otherwise clean and crisp. Dust jacket is unclipped, protected in removable mylar, with two names written on the front panel, wear to forecorners, head and foot of spine, and closed tears from 1/2" to 1 1/4". 100 pages includes index, B&W plates. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 2080139036
Titel: Early History of the Stricklands of Sizergh ...
Verlag: Rumford Press, Boston, MA
Zustand: Very Good
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