16mo, pp. 352; light offsetting to first and last leaves, else a very good copy in contemporary sheep, spine ends chipped, corners rubbed, upper joint cracked; bookplate of Philip Inman to the front endpaper, library bookplate of the Auctioneers’ and Estate Agents’ Institute to the front pastedown, recording donation by Inman, their stamp to the title-page.
US $167 €141
The twelfth edition. All editions of this work are rare.
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