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Plutarch's Lives, The Translation Called Dryden's, COrrected from teh Greek and Revised. Complete in Five Volumes. Volume IV ONLY

Clough, A. H.

Published by John D. Morris & Company, Philadelia, 1111
Used Condition Good- Half leather
From Vintage Quaker Books (Bath, ME, U.S.A.) Quantity Available: 1
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Half leather, textured red leather, gold decorations and title on spine, marbled red boards. Covers worn and scuffed, edge worn, leather torn and chipped at top of spine and front, top corner. First signature partially detached (first few pages completely), inner hinge cracked, binding a bit loose, pages lightly tanned, else very good. Limited set of 1000, this is number 398. Bookseller Inventory # 086688

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Title: Plutarch's Lives, The Translation Called ...

Publisher: John D. Morris & Company, Philadelia

Publication Date: 1111

Binding: Half leather

Book Condition: Good-

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