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Where the Wattle Blooms - the Fortunes of an Australian Family Through war and Peace by Beckett Fred - Signed First Edition - 1995 - from Eastburn Books and Biblio.com

Where the Wattle Blooms - the Fortunes of an Australian Family Through war and Peace

by Beckett Fred

Condition: Very Good Plus/Very Good


Pittsburgh, PA: Dorrance & Co., 1995. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good Plus/Very Good. VG Black hardcover in VG jacket. First edition. SIGNED/Inscribed by author. Scuff to bottom edge of rear corner. Sheet taped to inside cover. . Text clean/unmarked. Binding solid. Jacket VG condition. Scuff to corner and light edgewear. Clean/solid. Unclipped. . 188 pp. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.





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