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JUSSERAND, J.J.English Wayfaring Life in the Middle Ages (XIVth Century).
$128.02
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Publisher: T. Fisher Unwin, London., 1889
Used. First U.K. edition. Octavo. 451 pages. Translated by Lucy Toulmin Smith. Illustrations. Full decorated vellum gilt. Top edge gilt.Number 7 of 65 copies on Japanese paper signed by the publisher.Covers bowed as usual. Gilt decoration on spine faded. Endpapers tanned and spotted. Very good.
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JUSSERAND, J.JEnglish Wayfaring Life in the Middle Ages (XIVth Century)
$127.52
Publisher: T. Fisher Unwin, London., 1889
T. Fisher Unwin, London., 1889. First U.K. edition. Octavo. 451 pages. Translated by Lucy Toulmin Smith. Illustrations. Full decorated vellum gilt. Top edge gilt.Number 7 of 65 copies on Japanese paper signed by the publisher.Covers bowed as usual. Gilt decoration on spine faded. Endpapers tanned and spotted. Very good. First edition. Signed.
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Jusserand, J. JEnglish Wayfaring Life in the Middle Ages (Xivth Century)
$93.80
Hardcover
Publisher: T. Fisher Unwin, London, 1889
First Edition. cloth. Used - Very Good Near Fine lacking the dustwrapper. Richly illustrated history of English roads and the secular and religious wayfarers that traveled them. SIGNED by the author with the aphorism "crooked log maketh/straight fire." Jusserand was the French ambassador to the United States during World War I and also a perceptive critic of English literature. Bookseller's ticket on the rear pastedown and on the front pastedown the small Fountain Lawn Library bookplate of...
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JUSSERAND, J. JENGLISH WAYFARING LIFE IN THE MIDDLE AGES (XIVTH CENTURY)
$93.80
Hardcover
Publisher: T. Fisher Unwin, 1889
First Edition, Richly illustrated history of English roads and the secular and religious wayfarers that traveled them. SIGNED by the author with the aphorism "crooked log maketh/straight fire." Jusserand was the French ambassador to the United States during World War I and also a perceptive critic of English literature. Bookseller's ticket on the rear pastedown and on the front pastedown the small Fountain Lawn Library bookplate of coal baron La Fayette Butler, many of whose books were left... (Fifteenth Century; 15th Century; Signed, Modern Firsts, Illustrated Books, History, Medieval, England)
Charles Agvent, ABAA
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