Titre : History of Shelby County, Indiana
Éditeur : Brant and Fuller 1887 Chicago
Date d'édition : 1887
Reliure : Hardcover
Good plus or better, light general wear. 3/4 Leather Respined in modern leather. Original leather corners heavily worn, through to boards. Original cloth soiled. Int hinges reinforced at endpapers; original front and rear flies laid onto heavy paper stock when the book was respined. Pages lightly browned, all edges gilt. Illustrated. N° de réf. du libraire BOOKS018042
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