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Betty Crocker's Cookbook by  Betty Crocker - Hardcover - 1969 - from LJ's Books and

Betty Crocker's Cookbook

by Crocker, Betty

Condition: Good-/No Jacket

Golden Press, 1969. Pictorial Hard Cover. Good-/No Jacket. 480pp. Index. Color photos. Herb and spice charts on endpapers. Orange covers with pie shape on front. Yellow and white lettering on front and spine. Eleventh Printing. Card pocket removed from verso of front free endpaper which has left chafing and a one inch x half inch piece missing from bottom edge. Top edge of one page has a small tear. Cover and spine edges are rubbed. Top spine edges have small tears to surface paper.. Selling online since 1999. Quick shipping; Secure packing; Free tracking! This is a large book and will require additional postage for International shipments.


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