Masterpieces from Central Africa: The Tervuren Museum.
by Verswijver, Gustaaf, ed
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München-New York: Prestel (1996)., 1996. Photography by Roger Asselberghs. Tall 4to. 200 pp. Profusely illustrated with color and B & W photographs. Original red cloth binding. Brief nonauthorial inscription bottom of front free endpaper else a tight, fine book in a bright, fine DJ.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/Dust Jacket Included.
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Member of the Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America and the International Leagure of Antiquarian Booksellers. I specialize in literary first editions, Africa -- exploration, big game hunting, flora & fauna, medical books, foreign literature in english translation, medicine, science, philosophy, and general antiquarian.
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