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St. Mary's Church, Beverley.  An Account of its Building over 400 Years from 1120 to 1524, Smith, W. C. B.

Author Name    Smith, W. C. B.

Title   St. Mary's Church, Beverley. An Account of its Building over 400 Years from 1120 to 1524

Binding   Paperback

Book Condition   Near Fine

Publisher   Beverley, East Yorkshire Friends of St Mary's Church 1978

ISBN Number    1902709152 / 9781902709154

Seller ID   9915

146pp, illustrations.

Price = 7.00 GBP


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