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Paris: Presses Universitaires De France, 1960 Cover tanned, as is the entire text body. Cover edges slightly worn. This is a useful introduction to heraldry, containing historical and analytical descriptions and illustrations of typical motifs. In French, in the Que sais_je? series. Rare in North America. Avoid shipping charges from Europe.. 3rd Edition. Paperback. Good/No Jacket. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" Tall; 11 x 18.
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- Books from Benert (US)
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- Le Blason
- Genevieve d'Haucourt & Georges Durivault
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- Used - Good
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- No Jacket
- 3rd Edition
- Presses Universitaires De France
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- 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" Tall; 11 x 18
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This is a sole proprietorship operating under the name of "Books from Benert." It is owned by Richard Benert, 340 Little Wolf Road, Bozeman, Montana, 59715. All the books are from my private collection in my home at the above address. Most of the books cover various aspects of European history, with special emphasis on medieval and early modern political and legal thought and institutions, including a few rare law books from the 16 the 17th centuries.
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