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Mapping the World : A History of Exploration

by Whitfield, Peter

Condition: Fine


The Folio Society. Hardcover. London, 2000; green cloth covered boards; minimal shelf wear; gold title and design; illustrated slip case with mild edge wear; 4to - over 9 3/4" to 12" tall; interior clean and unmarked; 263 pages; Additional shipping charges may be required . Fine. 2000.


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