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Singular Travels, Campaigns and Adventures of Baron Munchausen. by  R.E. and Others Raspe - Hardcover - 1948 - from Walden Books and Biblio.com

Singular Travels, Campaigns and Adventures of Baron Munchausen.

by Raspe, R.E. and Others

Condition: Very Good- in Fair dust jacket


London: Cresset Press. Very Good- in Fair dust jacket. 1948. Hardback. Yellow d/jkt, unclipped, in clear film; intact, but a little worn, with small losses and internal repairs. Dk blue boards; gilt titling and decoration still quite bright; binding tight. Owner's name on front endpaper. B/w illustrations by Leslie Wood.; 8vo (5" x 8"); 177 pages .

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