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Lot 308
YORKSHIRE TURNER (JOSEPH MALLORD WILLIAM) Turner's Views in Yorkshire, [c.1825]; and an incomplete Bible (2)
Sold for £137 (US$ 231) inc. premium
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YORKSHIRE
TURNER (JOSEPH MALLORD WILLIAM) Turner's Views in Yorkshire, printed title and 20 engraved plates after Turner, some spotting, tissue guards, blindstamp in margins, later calf gilt, g.e. rebacked, worn, folio, W.B. Cooke, [watermarked "J. Whatman, 1825"]; and another (2)
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  1. John Walwyn-Jones
    Specialist - Books, Maps, Manuscripts and Historical Photographs
    Bonhams
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