City of Worcester (3)

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City of Worcester (3)

Description: From City of Worcester: address to Queen Victoria on her Golden Jubilee.
Illuminated; bound in morocco, embossed.

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City of Worcester (cover)

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Description: From City of Worcester: address to Queen Victoria on her Golden Jubilee.
Illuminated; bound in morocco, embosse
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