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The Civilization of the Italian Renaissance
by Bartlett, Kenneth R
- near fine
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Wilmington, Massachusetts, U.S.A.: D C Heath & Co, 1992. Soft cover. Near Fine. This book is in near fine condition. It has no tears to the pages and no pages will be missing from the book. The spine of the book is still in great condition and the front cover is generally unmarked. It has signs of previous use but overall is in really nice, tight condition.Minor highlights. Shipping is normally same day from our Canadian warehouse. Customer satisfaction is our priority. Customer satisfaction is our priority.We offer a money back guarantee if you are not satisfied.
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- The Civilization of the Italian Renaissance
- Bartlett, Kenneth R
- Soft cover
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- Used - Near Fine
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- ISBN 10
- ISBN 13
- D C Heath & Co
- Place of Publication
- Wilmington, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
- Date published
- The Civilization of the Italian Renaissance Bartlett, Kenneth R. D C Heath & Co 1992 0669209007
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