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439p. A hardcover book in very good condition with a like dustjacket. Head and foot of spine rubbed. Top right corner bumped on front cover. Otherwise clean and tight. The dustjacket's spine is tanned and edgeworn. Bottom corner clipped off front flap. Otherwise intact and in very good condition overall. A comparative study of the laws of Rome and of modern England.
Good+ No Jacket. 1936, First Edition. Hardcover, original cloth. 353 pp. Good+, no dust jacket. Boards lightly edgeworn; inner hinges showing very early signs of straining; previous owner's signature on front pastedown. Clean contents; sound binding.
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