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Carey's Gradus: Gradus Ad Parnassum, with the English Meanings

Price: 25.00 GBP

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Author: Carey, Dr. (edited by) ; revised, corrected and augmented by A Member of the University of Cambridge

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Poor

Jacket Condition No Jacket

Type Book

Size 12mo - over 6 - 7" tall

Publisher Ludgate Hill, London The Company of Stationers 1902

Inventory No. 105923

Bound in a maroon cloth with gilt titles to the spine (uneven lettering). A well-used copy. There are a few loose page and a few sections are almost loose from the binding as well. Very shaken / weakened binding which is cracked in a few places. In poor condition overall. Still useable. There are some ink splatters to some pages and a few pencil doodles in margins and to the rear endpaper. Inner hinges are good. Binding is rubbed at edges and corners. From the collection of the archaeologist Christopher Hawkes [1905-1992] and bears his name and date (Short Half, 1920 - he was at Winchester College at the time) on the front endpaper. An acceptable reference copy of this scarce work.

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