The lost monumentalbrasses of East Sussex
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The lost monumentalbrasses of East Sussex being a record of the indents in the eastern division of the county, with illustrations from the author"s rubbings, and references to lost brasses, with an appendix to West Sussex by A. G. Sadler

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Published by A. G. Sadler in Worthing .
Written in English


  • Brasses -- England -- Sussex.

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Edition Notes

Statementby A. G. Sadler.
GenreEngland, Sussex.
The Physical Object
Pagination(1),vi,55p. :
Number of Pages55
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22584644M
ISBN 100950040517

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