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Munich and Its Environs - Handbook For Travelers


Condition: Near Fine/VG++

Hamburg: Karl Baedeker, 1956. Bound in red flexible cloth with a gold embossed front panel; includes 2 full size, color fold out maps & red cloth bound in bookmark, has light foxing to side edges and is in otherwise near-fine condition. Dustwrapper shows minor wear to panel & spine extremes. 137 pgs.. Second Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/VG++. 6 1/2" X 4 1/2".


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