The Law Times Reports Of Cases Decided In The House Of Lords, The Privy Council, The Court Of Appeal, The Chancery Division, The King's Bench Division, The Probate, Divorce And Admiralty Division, The Chancery Division In Bankruptcy, The Court Of Criminal Appeal And The Railway And Canal Commission Court 15 YEARS IN 29 MATCHED VOLUMES COMPLETE
1st editions. Narrow 4to. circa 500pp per volume. Contemporary half tan leather binding, beige dimpled cloth covered boards, raised bands + gilt lines + double lack leather labels with gilt lettering on spine. Original rust eps. Neat small name/address stamp for Lymington Hampshire solicitors on fep + title page. Covers : some scuffs to corners, some spines faded but generally still bright. Contents : very clean & tight.& unfoxed. ***. Attracive set. VG. N° de réf. du libraire 4831
Titre : The Law Times Reports Of Cases Decided In ...
Éditeur : The Field Press ( 1900 ) Ltd & The " LAW TIMES " Office London 1932 - 1946
Date d'édition : 1946
Reliure : Hardcover
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