Royal Illustrated History of Eastern England, Civil, Military, Political, and Ecclesiastical from the Earliest Period to the Present Time, Including a Survey of the Eastern Counties: Physical Features, Geology......
Bayne, A.D. Author of 'A History of Norwich'
Book Description: James Macdonald, Great Yarmouth, 1873. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Good+ to Vg-, no jackets issued. 1st Edition assumed with no other editions noted. 2 volume set. Recased, retaining the original cover cloth, worn to the edges and corners. Paper spine titles to the upper spine. Title continues. "and Natural History of Cambridgeshire, Essex Norfolk, and Suffolk, Descriptions of Antiquities, Castle, Camps, Forts, Churches, Abbeys, Monasteries, Market Towns, Public Buildings, and the Seats of the Nobility and Gentry; An Account of Agriculture, Manufactures, Trades, &c., Memoirs of County Families and Eminent Men of Every Period". Hardbacks, gilt titles, original blind stamped boards. Vol.1: viii, [12 plates] portrait plate, a couple of other illustrations have been bound in when the volume was rebound, 608pp ; vol. 2: , xiv, [13 plates], 624pp. Some wear and bumping to extremities. Some spotting here and there, but generally the contents are clean and tight. Complete in 2 volumes. A Heavy set at approx 3kg when packed. One of a number of similar Items I am selling.
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