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Title: Anthologia Oxoniensis. Publisher: London Longman, Brown, Green & Longmans 1846
com: Anthologia Oxoniensis: Very Good-. Banded brown half leather bind. w/ brown boards, red leather backstrip label sl. bumped/rubbed at extremities; backstrip & front board a bit scuffed; leather corners lighlty dampstained; front hinge, a few points in textblock cracked; owner's name inked on ffep; leaf edges, 1st & last few leaves lightly foxed, else a very handsome, clean volume. Title: Anthologia Oxoniensis. Publisher: London Longman, Brown, Green & Longmans 1846. Publication Date: 1846.
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