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DOLLS AND DOLLS HOUSES

by KAY DESMONDE

Condition: Very Good /Fine


LONDON: CHARLES LETTS AND COMPANY. Hardcover with dust jacket. A collector's guide to Dolls and Dolls Houses. First edition. First printing. 80 pages with a brief bibliography. Colour photograph illustration. Essentially fine condition. Just slight marking on the top edges of a few pages and on the inside top edges of the dust jacket. Clean, tight pages. Strong binding. No inscriptions. Original price on dust jacket flap has not been clipped. Very slight wear on dust jacket edges. Location: S6/O . Very Good. Hardcover. First Edition. 1972.


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