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An Arabian Portfolio

by Azzi, Robert , Introduction By H.E. Shaikh Ahmed Zaki Yamani

Condition: Near Fine (NEAR NEW)/VERY GOOD ( AVERAGE)


France: Draeger, 1976. POSTED AT OUR STANDARD RATES FULLY INSURED (UK ONLY). Please email for further details.. Not Inscribed or Signed. First Edition. Biege Cloth. Near Fine (NEAR NEW)/VERY GOOD ( AVERAGE). Illus. by Photographs By Robert Azzi . Folio - over 12" - 15". HARDBACK.




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