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THE MARRIAGE OF FIGARO (Le Nozze Di Figaro). Comic Opera in four Acts By W. A. Mozart. Vocal Score. [Paperback] [Jan 01, 1947] Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Condition: Good

Good. Library discard with usual library markings but no label or call-number on spine; good large paperback (Boosey & Hawkes, 1947, 354 pages); layout of front cover is slightly different; pages clean, tight, unmarked, mildly yellowed; binding sound, spine leans slightly forward when book is laid on back cover; hand-soil to beige covers; minor corner-creases; tiny closed tear near bottom of fore-edge of back cover; words in Italian and English (translation by Edward J. Dent); on its way to you the same or next day in bubblewrap; email confirmation; standard (media) mail takes 4-14 days; expedited (priority) mail takes 2-5 days; international orders go by airmail (6-10 days).


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