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The Good Things of Life. Sixth Series

Published by Frederick A. Stokes & Brother, New York, 1889
Used Condition Very Good Hardcover
From Barry Cassidy Rare Books (Sacramento, CA, U.S.A.) Quantity Available: 1
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Original red cloth with black and gilt lettering with gilt designs on front cover. 8 x 10 inches oblong. 64 pages. All gilt edges. Black and white illustrations of men and women living the finer life of the late 1800's. Some illustrations are full page. Previous owners name,"Helen M. Butcher, November 26th, 1889" is written in black ink on the first page. Head and tail are slightly bumped as are the corners. Front cover is. Bookseller Inventory # 017476


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Title: The Good Things of Life. Sixth Series

Publisher: Frederick A. Stokes & Brother, New York

Publication Date: 1889

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

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Seller Barry Cassidy Rare Books
Address: Sacramento, CA, U.S.A.

AbeBooks Seller Since May 27, 2013
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