Philadelphia: Henry T. Coates, 1902. Hardcover. Very good +/very good. 8vo. Red gilt-stamped cloth, in plain red imitation-cloth dust jackets. Both about very good plus, in very good DJs. Mild rubbing, hints of soil to jackets. Top edges (gilt) show mild scratches. Interiors bright, clean, and crisp throughout. Good and sound. 416pp (vol. I); 456pp (vol. II). Includes fold-out maps.
A handsome edition of this thoroughly illustrated history of London, from the days of Londinium (Roman London, around A.D. 43) to the ascent of Edward VII. (Inventory #: 19436)
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