The Mystic Rose. A Study of Primitive Marriage and of Primitive Thought in Its Bearing On Marriage. 2 Volumes

By: Crawley, Ernest

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The Mystic Rose. A Study of Primitive Marriage and of Primitive Thought in Its Bearing On Marriage. 2 Volumes by Crawley, Ernest
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London, United Kingdom: Methuen & Co., 1927. Revised and Enlarged by Theodore Besterman. pp 395 & 348. Brown cloth hardbacks with bright Gilt spine titles, unworn with faintest edge speckling, cnrs sharp. Remanants of prev owners bookplate to front pastedown. A nice tight and clean set. 2nd Edition. Cloth. Near Fine/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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