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Chinese Art : Vols I & II of two volume Set by  William Willetts - Paperback - 1958 - from Godley Books and

Chinese Art : Vols I & II of two volume Set

by Willetts, William

Condition: Very Good

Harmondsworth, Middlesex: Pelican Books, 1958. Two volumes. No marks or inscriptions to contents. No creasing to covers or to spines. Very clean very tight copies with slightly dusty unmarked boards, sunning discolouration to spines and spine margins, tanned pages and no bumping to corners. Fold-out map at rear in very good condition. 802pp. Detailed historical study of China and its art Illustrated. First Penguin/Pelican Editions - Nos A358 & A359.. Soft Cover. Very Good. 7 x 4.25 inches.
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