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A History of Bristol & Gloucestershire, Smith, Brian S.

Author Name    Smith, Brian S.

Title   A History of Bristol & Gloucestershire

Binding   cloth boards

Book Condition   Very Good

Jacket Condition   Very Good

Type   Hardback

Edition   third edition

Size   25cm x 19cm

Publisher   Chichester Phillimore 1996

Illustrator   Ralph,Elizabeth

Seller ID   9095

Hardback, 25cm x 19cm blue cloth boards, gilt titles, third edition, 144+pp. plus index, Colour illustrations. Black and white illustrations. Photographic illustrations. Illustrations by Elizabeth Ralph. Very Good/Very Good. Book is not new but clean and tight with no obvious imperfections. Dustwrapper is clean with little or no wear. First publsihed in 1972, this is a fine illustrated history of the Bristol and Gloucestershire region. Catalogue: Local Topography. Keywords: Bristol, slavery, Gloucestershire

Price = 7.50 GBP


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