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Descriptive Mentality From the Head, Face and Hand

by Merton, Holmes W

Condition: VG


Phildadelphia, PA: David McKay. VG. 1899. Early Edition. Hardcover. 1899 edition bound in blue cloth with silver lettering & decorations, B&W illustrations through-out, 8vo size, 224 pp. A VG copy, silver cov er lettering & design are rubbed. Spine tips and corners rubbed. Insid e front hinge has a small tear along the gutter. No cracking, book is tight. Servicable copy. .


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VG
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