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Life at the Limit

by Hill, Graham

Condition: Very Good/Dust Jacket Included


London: William Kimber, 1969. Third printing from 1970 or 1969 first edition. 255 pp., many illustrations, octavo format in black cloth, dust jacket. Text and dust jacket are Fine with only slightest sign of rubbing. No owner's name, no price-clip, no tears, no soiling. Binding very tight. One-owner book. A superb example. 3rd. Hardcover. Very Good/Dust Jacket Included.


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