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The Best Cartoons from Punch: Collected for Americans from England's  famous humorous weekly by  A. P Herbert - First Edition - 1952 - from E Ridge fine Books and Biblio.com

The Best Cartoons from Punch: Collected for Americans from England's famous humorous weekly

by Herbert, A. P

Condition: Very Good


Simon & Schuster. Very Good. 1952. First Edition. Hardcover. First printing Forward by A. P. Herbert, Peach board w/black cloth spine, blind stamped, corners worn to the boards, soil marks on the front cover the back cover has a 3 inch stain. Pages filled with beautiful line drawn Punch cartoons. Edited by Marvin Rosenberg and William Coleno. Pages unnumbered. ; tall 8vo 9" - 10" tall .

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