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Paul Hamlyn, 1969. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. 1969. 170 pages. Blue pictorial jacket covering brown cloth. Contains photographic plates. Pages remain bright with moderate foxing to endpapers and pastedowns, pen inscription to the ffep. Binding is firm with light corner bumping and markings around edges of boards. Spine has light tanning to the ends. Unclipped jacket has light rubbing around edges of bright covers. Spine has light shelf wear.
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- World of Rare Books (GB)
- Bookseller Inventory #
- National Museum, Tokyo
- C L Ragghianti
- Book condition
- Used - Very Good/Very Good
- Quantity available
- Paul Hamlyn
- Date published
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