of great age

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Apparently it was that of a woman of great age so shrunken that in size it seemed no larger than the face of a year-old child, although made up of a number of deep and yellow wrinkles.
Forming part of a large consignment of Chinese items from a deceased estate from which many lots have realised high prices, this item was not judged to be of great age or huge value.
But the 59-year-old was a bit baffled after the Bishop called her a lady of great age.