A Ballad Upon a Wedding
by GOLDEN COCKEREL PRESS; Sir John SUCKLING
- Some light age-darkening to spine, soft handling creases in margins, but overall a clean, well-preserved copy. Without the print
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- Riverrun Books & Manuscripts (US)
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- A Ballad Upon a Wedding
- GOLDEN COCKEREL PRESS; Sir John SUCKLING
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- Used - Some light age-darkening to spine, soft handling creases in margins, but overall a clean, well-preserved copy. Without the print
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- The Golden Cockerel Press
- Place of Publication
- Walthan Saint Lawrence, Berkshire
- Date published
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- Literature; Fine Press;
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