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Gore's Directory of Liverpool and its Environs, 1811

£120.00

Product description

"Containing an alphabetical list of merchants, tradesmen and principal inhabitants ..." Hardback book in fair to good condition. Brown cloth covered boards, leather label on spine. Ends of spine and corners bumped and worn, general shelf wear, marks and fading to boards. Gutter cracked in middle of book, with sellotape residue. Sellotape applied to gutter of two pages at end and to back hinge, now discoloured. Binding is still holding.  Title page has previous owner's name and address in ink,  and handwritten note stating town plan and pages 121 / 122 to be missing (these contained names between Harrison, William and Hay, Thomas Fairfax). A previous owner has pasted to the front pastedown and photocopied map of Liverpool in 1835, and on the back pastedown a fold-out photocopy of a map of the city in ca 1880. Some foxing to pages, but otherwise the text is in usable and generally good condition for its age.  The main part of the work is 264 pages, with an appendix of a further 92 pages.

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Condition:
Fair
Edition:
1st edition, 1811
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
264
Publisher:
J. Gore

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"Containing an alphabetical list of merchants, tradesmen and principal inhabitants ..." Hardback book in fair to good condition. Brown cloth covered boards, leather label on spine. Ends of spine and corners bumped and worn, general shelf wear, marks and fading to boards. Gutter cracked in middle of book, with sellotape residue. Sellotape applied to gutter of two pages at end and to back hinge, now discoloured. Binding is still holding.  Title page has previous owner's name and address in ink,  and handwritten note stating town plan and pages 121 / 122 to be missing (these contained names between Harrison, William and Hay, Thomas Fairfax). A previous owner has pasted to the front pastedown and photocopied map of Liverpool in 1835, and on the back pastedown a fold-out photocopy of a map of the city in ca 1880. Some foxing to pages, but otherwise the text is in usable and generally good condition for its age.  The main part of the work is 264 pages, with an appendix of a further 92 pages.

Condition:
Fair
Edition:
1st edition, 1811
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
264
Publisher:
J. Gore

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