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Dream Palaces of Hollywood's Golden Age by  Juergen Nogai (photography by) David Wallace - First Edition, 1st printing - 2006 - from after-words bookstore and

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Dream Palaces of Hollywood's Golden Age

by David Wallace, Juergen Nogai (photography by)

Condition: Good/Good

Harry N. ,Abrams, Inc. Publishers, 2006. Index. Original boards. 1st Printing (with complete number line). Pages are clean (unmarked) but lighly age-toned. Binding is creased and text block is pulling away from boards due to size but pages are still secure. Boards have slight bumping to head/heel of spine, slight denting to lower corners. Unclipped pictorial DJ has bumping to head of spine, rubbing to corners. Looks nice in added protective mylar covering. Nice copy. . First Edition, 1st printing. Oversized Hardcover. Good/Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Mylared.


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