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Collecting Printed Ephemera by  Maurice Rickards - First Edition - 1988 - from Resource Books, LLC and Biblio.com

Collecting Printed Ephemera

by Rickards, Maurice

Condition: Fine/Fine


Oxford, England: Phaidon - Christie's, 1988. First edition, 1988. Well-illustrated guide to collecting ephemera - 'the minor transient documents of everyday life'. Includes 750 illustrations, 300 of them in color. Black cloth, 224 pages, illustrated dustjacket. Looks and feels new and unread, firm binding, no names or other markings, dustjacket in mylar protector.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


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