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    Erasmus Rask. A Grammar of the Anglo-Saxon Tongue, with a Praxis. Copenhagen: Printed by S. L. Moller, 1830. Translated from Danish by B. Thorpe. Full leather over original binding. New endpapers. Pencil ownership signatures on ffep and title page. Rubbing, soiling, some staining, and wear to extremities. Leather separating at edges of boards. Corners bumped and showing. Textblock cockled. Toning and some chipping on edges. Pencil annotation and marks, occasional faint foxing, and thumbsoiling throughout. Good.

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    June, 2015
    11th Thursday
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