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Jewelry Making:  For Schools Tradesmen Craftsmen by  Murray Bovin - Paperback - Reprinted and Enlarged - 1959 - from Recycled Records and Books and

Jewelry Making: For Schools Tradesmen Craftsmen

by Bovin, Murray

Condition: Good

Forest Hills, L.I., New York: Murray Bovin, 1959 159pp. Wraps have heavy scuffs and scratches. Spine ends are heavily chipped. Wraps have small light stains. Former owner name of front end paper. End papers have light foxing. Spine edges are heavily rubbed. Tips are bumped and rubbed. Text is unmarked.. Reprinted and Enlarged. Paperback. Good.


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