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Dome of the Rock by  Jerry; & Newsweek editors Landay - Signed First Edition - 1972 - from E Ridge fine Books and Biblio.com

Dome of the Rock

by Landay, Jerry; & Newsweek editors

Condition: Near Fine in Very Good dust jacket


New York: Newsweek. Near Fine in Very Good dust jacket. 1972. First Edition. Hardcover. 0882250183 . Inscribed and signed by the author. Part of Newsweek's "Wonders of Man" series. Brown cloth, top edge sunned. Dust jacket's spine is faded, there is slight wear on the end and a short closed tear. 172 pp. Index. Illustrated throughout. ; 4to 11" - 13" tall .


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