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The Exploding Cities

by Wilsher, Peter and Righter, Rosemary

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London UK, Andre Deutsch, 1975, hardcover, true first edition, Good+ in Fair dustjacket. Straight, tight and clean with no markings, spine end, corner and edge bumps. Dustjacket unclipped with original price, edge nicks, chips, rubs, in new Brodart sleeve.

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