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Before You Shave with Your New Remington Foursome Please read This

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Before You Shave with Your New Remington Foursome Please read This

by Remington Rand

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About This Item

Bridgeport Conn, Remington Rand, 1946. Stapled Softback Pamphlet. part no. 10061. 13.5 cm (5.3 inch) tall. 20 pages. Condition of book: Good+ (scattered small scrapes on front cover; light foxing; no marks; tight)/. Apparently included with new shavers. '6-1-46' inside back cover assumed to indicate 1946 publication date. Electric Shaver, Owner's Manual, Business, Industry & Law. Our books ship from Tampa Florida by the next business day.

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Bookseller
Books and Bowls US (US)
Bookseller Inventory #
15647
Title
Before You Shave with Your New Remington Foursome Please read This
Author
Remington Rand
Book condition
Used
Publisher
Bridgeport Conn, Remington Rand
Date published
1946

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