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ESQUIRE: The Magazine for Men

by Gingrich, Arnold (ed.)

Condition: Very Good (Book condition)


U.S.A.: David A. Smart & Wm. H. Weintraub, 1936. Book. Very Good (Book condition). Soft cover. A nice copy featuring an article by Ernest Hemingway. Wear to head and foot of spine and purple stamp to rear cover. Text clean, binding strong. [Our rating system: 1. Fine; 2. Near Fine; 3. Very Good; 4. Good; 5. Fair.].

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