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Wilhelm Von Gloeden: Taormina

by Ulrich Pohlmann, Wilhelm Von Gloeden

Condition: Very Good/Good +


New York, NY: Te Neues Publishing Company, 1998. 80pp. Original black blindstamped boards with silver lettering to spine. Pages are clean (unmarked). Binding is tight and secure. Unclipped pictorial DJ has some sunning to edges, light finger soiling. Looks nice in added protective mylar covering. Nice copy of this increasingly scarce title. . First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Good +. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Mylared.




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