Saint Clotilda

Godefroi Kurth

Edité par Duckworth & Co, 1906
ISBN 10: 9110385606 / ISBN 13: 9789110385603
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Small 8vo, XII + 143pp. Red cloth hardcover in good condition. Shelf-wear, scuffing, and soiling to extremities. Bumping and rubbing to corners of boards as well as to head and tail of spine. Ex-library with library call-number to tail of spine and library stamps throughout. Some stress to hinges. Tanning and foxing to pages. Sound binding. Clean text. N° de réf. du libraire

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Titre : Saint Clotilda
Éditeur : Duckworth & Co
Date d'édition : 1906
Reliure : Hardcover
Etat du livre : Good

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