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Look up in Oxford

Paul Clifford

Look up in Oxford

by Paul Clifford

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Published by Gemma Books in Hardwick, Cams .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementPaul Clifford ; photographs by Alex Ramsay.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15345088M
ISBN 100951026518
OCLC/WorldCa57332091

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Ancient near east. Books on Oxford. Large section of prints and maps of Oxford. Mounting and framing service. Catalogues issued. M: PBFA. Also watch out for the annual PBFA book fair, usually held in April in Oxford, which is a Mecca for rare, vintage, unusual and bizarre books, maps and printed ephemera. A huge thank you to all the loyal Look Up London tour attendees, blog readers, followers and supporters. I hope to be up and running again soon and in the meantime if you enjoy the London history posts and would like to support Look Up London you can either make a donation towards the running of this website via Paypal here or buy gift vouchers for future public tours (valid for one year) here.

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