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The school for fashion, in two volumes. By Mrs. Thicknesse. . Volume 2 of 2 Thicknesse, Ann

ISBN 10: 1170742289 / ISBN 13: 9781170742280
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[FIRST EDITION] New York: J. & J. Harper, 1829. Hardcover in publisher's plain boards with paper title label on cloth spine. 12mo., Vol. 2 (of 2) only. First American Edition. (2), 177 pages. A roman à clef novel originally published in 1800 as School for Fashion written by noted English musician and singer, Anne Ford, who later became Mrs. Philip Thicknesse. Covers rubbed and soiled, text is a bit stained and foxed, owner bookplate to front past-down, otherwise good overall condition; NOT EX-LIBRARY. (frnc). Bookseller Inventory # CP-JTP3-RDCS

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Title: The school for fashion, in two volumes. By ...

Binding: Paperback Jun 10, 2010

Book Condition:Collectible; Acceptable

Edition: 1st Edition

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London : printed by H. Reynell, for Debrett and Fores; Hookham; and Robinsons, 1800. 2v. ; 8°

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