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Hando's Gwent: v. 1 by Chris Barber ISBN 13: 9780951044452

ISBN 10: 0951044451

Paperback; Abergavenny: Blorenge Books, 1987; ISBN-13: 978-0951044452

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Hando's Gwent: v. 1

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Hando's Gwent

Hando's Gwent: A centenary tribute to Fred Hando

by Chris Barber (ed)

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200pp worn cover inscribed by author to Prev owner. Illustrated throughout with photos and line drawings.
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