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Colección Prehispánica by  Manuel Reyero - Hardcover - 1978 - from Garnet Books and

Colección Prehispánica

by Reyero, Manuel

Condition: Very Good +/good

Fundacíon Cultural Televisa, 1978. Hardcover. Very Good +/good. 4to. Unpaginated text followed by 154 pages of full color photographs. Bound in full brown cloth, title blind stamped on spine, brown cloth endpapers, brown ribbon bookmark, in silver dust wrapper printed in brown. Text in Spanish. Very Good+ or better, internally clean and bright, photographs sharp, spine and hinges are strong and square, in Fair dust wrapper with age-toning to spine and extremities, 1" tear to tail of spine, 5" jagged tear (with creases) across top of rear cover, repaired with clear tape. Beautifully produced volume. Oversized- may require additional postage.


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