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    Fraser-Mackintosh, Charles
    AN ACCOUNT OF THE CONFEDERATION OF CLAN CHATTAN; ITS KITH AND KIN

    Glasgow, Scotland: John Mackay, 1898. Quarto in quarter dark green and three quarters light green cloth. VG-. Some shelfwear. Spine ends flattened and rubbed; some tearing to cloth. Board corners bumped. Some finger soiling to cloth. Previous owner's bookplate on front paste down. Flyleaf detached but present. Taped repair of torn page (p. 107), with adhesive residue on facing page. Interior is otherwise clean. Contains several black and white photographs, and color illustrations of plaid designs. Binding square and tight. 203 pp. A solid copy with some flaws. [Spine is dark green with gold text.


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    August, 2014
    21st Thursday
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