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Author Name    Pratt, Helen Marshall

Title   Cathedral Churches of England, Their Architecture History and Antiquities with a Bibliography and Glossary

Binding   Hardcover

Book Condition   Very Good

Publisher   New York Duffield & Company 1911

Seller ID   1796

B&W Photographs; 593 pages; Decorated blue cloth binding rubbed at corners and spine ends; text block edges browned. Binding is in excellent condition; book has a slight musty odor. No dust wrapper. ; A practical handbook for students and travellers. Detailed descriptions of more than 32 English cathedrals and churches.

Cathedral Church England Stained Glass Cantebury London Wells Chester

Price = 23.50 USD


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