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The Art and Craft of Hand Weaving by  Lili Blumenau - Hardcover - 3rd Printing - 1962 - from Clausen Books, RMABA and Biblio.com

The Art and Craft of Hand Weaving

by Blumenau, Lili

Condition: Very Good/Good (in mylar)


NY: Crown Publishers, 1962. Book block clean and tight. Cover edges and corners bumped, rubbed and scuffed. Jacket rubbed, torn and scuffed at edges. Cracks at binding edges.. 3rd Printing. Cloth. Very Good/Good (in mylar). Octavo. Hard Cover.

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