1906 Paradise Row or A Broken Piece of Old Chelsea being The Curious and Diverting Annals of a Famous Village Street newly Destroyed together with Particulars of a Sundry Noble and Notable Persons who in former Times dwelt There to which are added Likenesses of the Principal of them and of their several Houses.
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Limited edition, number 32 out of 110 copies printed.
In publisher's original half vellum binding with patterned paper to the boards.
Frontispiece with 46 plates and a double page map. Collated complete. This informative limited edition work is written by historian Reginald Blunt who founded the History of Chelsea Society. This work discusses a famous street in Chelsea called 'Paradise Row'.
In publisher's original half vellum with marbled boards. Externally excellent with minor shelf wear only. Handling marks to the spine. Clean end papers with only slight offsetting. Internally firmly bound with clean and bright pages with the odd spot only. Some offsetting to the front pages including to the reverse of the frontispiece.
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