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Mediterranean Blue by  Sisley Huddleston - Hardcover - 1950 - from Classic Books and Ephemera and Biblio.com

Mediterranean Blue

by Huddleston, Sisley

Condition: Near Fine -/very good -


London: Evans Brothers, 1950. Hardcover. Near Fine -/very good -. 132 p., frontispiece and 16 unpaginated pages of illustrations; 22 cm. Blue cloth with gilt spine title. Map on endpapers. Illustrated dust jacket. "Third Impression" -- on dust jacket flap. Part of the Windows on the World series. The author combines history and travel along the Meditarranean coast of France and Italy. Book is in Near Fine- Condition: lower edge of cover slightly faded; page edges slightly soiled; interior is clean and tight. Dust jacket is in Very Good- Condition: edges rubbed; spine ends slightly chipped; lightly soiled; colors are bright.




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fine
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