A Short, Practical and Easy Method of Learning the Old Norsk Tongue or Icelandic Language after the Danish of E. Rask; with an Icelandic Reader, an Account of the Norsk Poetry and the Sagas, and a Modern Icelandic Vocabulary for Travellers, by H. Lund. Second corrected edition. London: Franz Thimm, 1869. [viii], 121, . ‘Part XI. The Icelandic Language,’ from ‘Franz Thimm’s Series of European Grammars after an Easy and Practical Method’. Ex library with usual markings. Publisher’s brown cloth binding with gilt lettering to spine and embossed publisher’s stamp to front board. Front endpapers with publisher’s advertisements. Binding bumped and front board and spine detached. Front and rear pages slightly foxed and browned, pencil markings to title page. A very rare item.
Rask, E; Lund, H., A Short, Practical and Easy Method of Learning the Old Norsk Tongue or Icelandic Language after the Danish of E. Rask; with an Icelandic Reader, an Account of the Norsk Poetry and the Sagas and a Modern Icelandic Vocabulary for Travellers, F. Thimm, 1869
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