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Macmillan And Co Ltd, 1966. Hardcover. Good. 1966. Reprinted. 260 pages. No dust jacket. Green cloth. Pages are moderately tanned with mild foxing throughout. Heavier tanning to endpapers and pastedowns. Slight crinkling to paper at gutters, however binding remains firm. Thumb-marking present throughout. Boards have slight edge wear with corner bumping. Minimal tanning to spine and edges with some crushing to spine ends. Gilt lettering is bright and clear. Brown marks to front board. Book has a slight forward lean.
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- World of Rare Books (GB)
- Bookseller Inventory #
- Poems of W B Yeats
- A Norman Jeffares
- Book condition
- Used - Good
- Quantity available
- Macmillan And Co Ltd
- Date published
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