Elements of the Law of Domestic Relations and of Employer and Employed
by Irving Browne
- Very Good+/No Jacket
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Boston: The Boston Book Company, 1890. 2nd Edition . Hardcover. Very Good+/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. This beautiful book is fully bound in tan leather, it's clean, tight, square with good corners and unmarked. There is a very small (dime sized) faint stain on the front edge and some light rubbing at the edges; otherwise this copy is fine. There are four raised bands on the spine. The titles are gold in a red box and a black boxon the spine. It has 106 pages plus ads.
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- Elements of the Law of Domestic Relations and of Employer and Employed
- Irving Browne
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- 2nd Edition
- The Boston Book Company
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- 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall
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- Abrasion or wear to the surface. Usually used in reference to a book's boards or dust-jacket.
- raised band(s)
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