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The Secret Jews

by Prinz, Joachim

Condition: Good


Random House. Prinz, Joachim. The Secret Jews. New York: Random House, 1973. 207pp. Bibliography. 8vo. Black cloth. Signed by author. Book condition: Good with rubbed, bumped, and sunned edges. There is a small tear in the cloth of the top edge of the front board. There is some damp staining to head of spine that has bled onto to of gutter edges of end matter. A former owner's address stamp on front pastedown. Dust Jacket Condition: Good with rubbed and bumped edges. Fore edges of panels are lightly sunned. Top edge is damp stained and rippled. Signed on front free endsheet. . Good. 1973.


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