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Titre : Stories of the Coal Mine.
Éditeur : London: Sunday School Union,  Third Edition stated.
Date d'édition : 1895
Reliure : Hardcover
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Good: binding feels a little loose, but is all together; exterior rubbing, cloth worn through 1/8 inch at corners; presentation plate inside front cover else unmarked; some external soil - see our photo posted here. Hardcover in green cloth, 7.3" tall, with decorations; mining tools on spine, blackened miner in a narrow shaft on front board; 160 pp. With 25 plates, and many small illustrations from woodcuts. All about Coal in England; how it is formed and found, mined; illustrations of tools; the nature of the miner; recounting of various disasters; explosions; fires; heroes. This copy has a presentation bookplate stating that the book was awarded as a prize at Shawlands Hall in 1901-2. . N° de réf. du libraire 18716.1
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EIN: 91 1816469
ABN: Columbia Basin Books
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