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Southwestern Colonial Ironwork by Simmons  Marc  and Frank Turley - Paperback - First Edition, First Printing - 1980 - from Montanita Publishing  and

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Southwestern Colonial Ironwork: The Spanish Blacksmithing Tradition from Texas to California

by Simmons Marc and Frank Turley

Condition: Very Good

Santa Fe, New Mexico: Museum of New Mexico Press, 1980. First Edition, First Printing. Paperback. Very Good. 199 pages, 10 1/8 X 8 1/4 inches oblong. Cover exhibits shelf wear


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