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Sir Thomas More's Utopia

£39.99

Product description

A lovely, small copy of Sir Thomas More's Utopia- edited and with introduction by Robert Steele, translated by Ralph Robinson. The binding is particularly attractive.

It is in Good Condition with some foxing, it has rough edges on one side, some discoloration on front and back plain pages. Please check photos for further details. slight bump to front top right hand edge

There is a personal inscription and library plate in the front.

Chatto &Windus: London 1908

Item details

Author(s):
Sir Thomas More Robert Steele Ralph Robinson
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
Publisher:
Chatto and Windus 1908

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About this item

A lovely, small copy of Sir Thomas More's Utopia- edited and with introduction by Robert Steele, translated by Ralph Robinson. The binding is particularly attractive.

It is in Good Condition with some foxing, it has rough edges on one side, some discoloration on front and back plain pages. Please check photos for further details. slight bump to front top right hand edge

There is a personal inscription and library plate in the front.

Chatto &Windus: London 1908

Author(s):
Sir Thomas More Robert Steele Ralph Robinson
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
Publisher:
Chatto and Windus 1908

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