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Bundling: Its Origins, Progress and Decline in America by  Henry Reed Stiles - Hardcover - 1937 - from CANFORD BOOK CORRAL (SKU: 031094)

Bundling: Its Origins, Progress and Decline in America

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Bundling: Its Origins, Progress and Decline in America

by Stiles, Henry Reed

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  • hardcover
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A FINE tight copy in a NEAR FINE slipcase
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Peter Pauper Press, 1937. Hardcover. A FINE tight copy in a NEAR FINE slipcase.

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Bookseller
CANFORD BOOK CORRAL US (US)
Bookseller Inventory #
031094
Title
Bundling: Its Origins, Progress and Decline in America
Author
Stiles, Henry Reed
Format/binding
Hardcover
Book condition
Used - A FINE tight copy in a NEAR FINE slipcase
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
Peter Pauper Press
Date published
1937
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Americana;

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