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South Africa: The Structure of Things Then by  David Goldblatt - Signed First Edition - 1998 - from Chapter 1 Books and

South Africa: The Structure of Things Then

by Goldblatt, David

Condition: Near Fine/Fair

Oxford University Press, Cape Town, 1998. First Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/Fair. Goldblatt, David. Signed. 260 pages (complete). Signed by Goldblatt on the title page (dated: 10/6/06). The dustjacket has wear about the edges from shelving and stacking. It has very light scuffing. The black cloth covered boards are handsome and neat. The front pages have handling creases. Otherwise, the contents are most pleasing and gratifying. They are bright, smart, healthy, very clean and clear, carefully curated, carefully owned, generous - as if almost new throughout! fk


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