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Lot 42: FARLANE (C), CONSTANTINOPLE IN 1828,
December 5, 2012
Lewes, United KingdomLive Auction
Description: FARLANE (C), CONSTANTINOPLE IN 1828, with hand coloured frontis, three plates, a sepia plate and double black and white plate, later 3/4 leather, London, Saunders, 1829
3/4 leather re-bind with marble boards, slightly scuffed but essentially in good clean condition, new endpapers all clean and bright, re-bound by Lloyds Llangunllo. Frontis plate with some foxing and offsetting of title page, other foxing and damp marks throughout the text pages, one of the coloured plates with some offsetting of the text, the others good, overall ok.
PLEASE NOTE< THERE ARE THREE COLOUR PLATES NOT TWO
FURTHER IMAGES ALREADY AVAILABLE AT WWW.GORRINGES.CO.UK
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