Titre : The Invasion Of The Crimea Its Origin And An...
Éditeur : William Blackwood & Sons Edinburgh
Date d'édition : 1877
Reliure : Hardcover
6th edition. 8vo. Vols I to VI . Vol I : xxxviii + (3) + 428 + (2) +32 ( publisher's list ). Vol II : xxiv + (2) + 417 + (3) +4 bw plates. Vol III : xxi + (3) + 437 + (3) + 8 coloured plates + 4 coloured fold out plates. Vol IV : xxv+ (3) + 492 + (2) + fold out tinted engraving of Sebastobol + 9 coloured fold out plates. Vol V : xvii + (3) + 437 + (3) +10 coloured fold out plates. Vol VI : xl + 526 + (2) +11 coloured fold out plates. Red original publisher's blind stamped cloth, gilt lettering on spine. Black eps. Small attractive 2cm bookseller's ticket rear paste down. Neat signature vol vi title page. VOL I MAY LACK PLATE? Top/bottom spine & corners slightly rubbed, few marks, spines slightly fading, edges of pages browned, occasional slight foxing, edges of spines slightly discoloured. Contents clean & tight. VG- . N° de réf. du libraire 2390
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