John Stow first published his Survey of London in 1598 during the reign of Elizabeth I. His detailed description of the city and its suburbs was an immediate success when it first appeared and has remained a popular classic of English history ever since.John Stow first published his Survey of London in 1598 during the reign of Elizabeth I. His detailed description of the city and its suburbs was an immediate success when it first appeared and has remained a popular classic of English history ever since.Read Less
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Good. Hardcover with rose dustjacket. Book sound and clean. Slight wear to bottom and top edges of cover. Dustjacket still intact and attractive but has stains, sun-fading at top edge, wear at folds, one short (1cm) rip on front, inside front bottom corner cut off. ISBN 0 460 00589 8. With standard shipping, over 90% (under 13 oz) and over 50% (over 13 oz) are delivered within 4 days.
Very Good- Dust Jacket Included. Book Ex-Library; 12mo 7"-7½" tall; 518 pages Very Good-markings. Former owner on inside front cover. DJ has heary wear and tear with several pieces missing. DJ is intact with all text present. Good; Ex Library of Congress with minimal.
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