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Very Good. Book An edition of Finger-Ring Lore by William Jones. A new edition. With numerous illustrations. Condition: In a blue cloth binding with gilt lettering to the spine and gilt embellishment to the front board. Externally, generally smart, lightly rubbed in places. There is some bumping to the top and tail of the spine. Spine is slightly sunned. Internally, generally firmly bound. Front hinge is slightly tender. Pages are generally bright and clean with some scattered light foxing. Overall: GOOD.
Historical, Legendary, Anecdotal. 1st Ed. Sm. thick 8vo. xvi + 545pp. + 36pp. publ. adverts. Profusely ills. Some light browning, original gilt lettered gilt ills. cloth, spine faded and sl. chipped, corners frayed. Rings from the earliest period, ring superstitions, secular investiture by the ring, rings in connection with ecclesiastical usages, betrothal and wedding rings, token rings, memorial and mortuary rings, posy inscription and motto rings, customs and incidents in connection with rings, remarkable rings.
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