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Yosemite and The Range of Light (signed first ediiton)

by Ansel Adams

Condition: Near Fine/near fine

New York Graphic Society, 1980. First edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/near fine. Oblong folio hardcover. SIGNED BY ANSEL ADAMS ON THE HALF-TITLE PAGE. A tight exmaple, bit of fade at the edges of the boards. In near fine dust jacket with a short closed tear bottom front right. 28 pp. introductory essay followed by 116 full page black and white photographic plates. (NO EXPEDITED SHIPPING THROUGH AMAZON, OT B&N. ADDITIONAL SHIIPING WILL BE REQUIRED ON INTERNATIONAL ORDERS.)


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