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Mapping the World

by Peter Whitfield

Condition: As New


London: Folio Society, 2000. Book. As New. Hardcover. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. From my own personal collection. Hardback in a separate slipcase. Apart from some very light shelf wear to slipcase this is in great condition. The pages are tight, bright and extremely clean and there are no inscriptions. The book looks brand new! Never been read. This is a heavy book so additional postal charges may apply. To avoid disappointment please ask for details prior to ordering. All my books are carefully packed and I make every effort to despatch orders the same day. If you have any questions regarding this book please do not hesitate to ask. A photograph of the actual book is readily available upon request..




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