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The Irish Book, Volume 1, No. 3

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The Irish Book: Volume 1, Number 3 - James Fenning

Bibliographical Society of Ireland: Rathmines, Dublin. Autumn 1960. pp 84.
Paperback format with cartridge paper covers in green. Age toned faces. Glue based binding that is still good but care is required in the handling of this book. All pages yellowed. Light crease to rear cover.

The contents include: An unrecorded Yeats Item; Dutch engravings of the Williamite War (1689); Bagnells and Knights; Shaw's "War issues for Irishmen" and: a review of Shakespeare and Company. There is a brief gazette in the front end matter.

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Author(s):
Fenning, James
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1960
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
84
Publisher:
Bibliographical Society of Ireland

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The Irish Book: Volume 1, Number 3 - James Fenning

Bibliographical Society of Ireland: Rathmines, Dublin. Autumn 1960. pp 84.
Paperback format with cartridge paper covers in green. Age toned faces. Glue based binding that is still good but care is required in the handling of this book. All pages yellowed. Light crease to rear cover.

The contents include: An unrecorded Yeats Item; Dutch engravings of the Williamite War (1689); Bagnells and Knights; Shaw's "War issues for Irishmen" and: a review of Shakespeare and Company. There is a brief gazette in the front end matter.

Author(s):
Fenning, James
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1960
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
84
Publisher:
Bibliographical Society of Ireland

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