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PFIQ. PIERCING FANS INTERNATIONAL QUARTERLY No. 01 - No. 50; missing Nos. 2 , 21, 28 and 41
by Ward, Jim (Ed.)
- PFIQ. PIERCING FANS INTERNATIONAL QUARTERLY No. 01 - No. 50; missing Nos. 2 , 21, 28 and 41 by Ward, Jim (Ed.)
- Bookseller: Alta-Glamour Inc. (US)
- Bookseller Inventory #: 62862
- Title: PFIQ. PIERCING FANS INTERNATIONAL QUARTERLY No. 01 - No. 50; missing Nos. 2 , 21, 28 and 41
- Author: Ward, Jim (Ed.)
- Binding: Hardcover
- Publisher: Gauntlet Enterprises
- Place: Beverly Hills, San Francisco
- Date published: 1977-1997
- Keywords: piercing, tattoo, pop culture
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