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Nok Terracottas by Bernard Fagg ISBN 13: 9780905788982

ISBN 10: 0905788982

Hardcover; Ethnographia Books; ISBN-13: 978-0905788982

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Nok Terracottas

by Fagg, Bernard

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Used - VG+/VG (light scuffing and shelfwear to dust jacket. Pages are very clean and clear.)
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Hardcover
ISBN 13
9780905788982
ISBN 10
0905788982
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London / Lagos: Ethnographica / National Commission for Museums and Monuments, 1990. Hardcover. VG+/VG (light scuffing and shelfwear to dust jacket. Pages are very clean and clear.). Black cloth boards with gilt spine lettering, black dust jacket, color illustrated with white lettering, 157 pp, profusely illustrated throughout in bw and color with color fold out map in rear. "In 1943 the first Nok terracotta was discovered at Jemaa. bernard Fagg presents here and objective study of the materical collected since then. His account is supported by copious illustration which conveys the quality and variety of the Nok art corpus."- dust jacket.
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