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by Le Corbusier

Condition: Near Fine/Near Fine Plus

New York: Universe Books/St. Martin's Press, 1988. cloth, hard cover in dust jacket. bottom fore-corner of each board has a very small, minor crease at the tip with no corresponding echo to pages or dj. one equally small indent to exterior hinge of top board. no other flaws or wear. clean. no writing or markings. no real bumps, no tears, chips or clip. tight binding. a very nice copy of the reissue of the 1935 original.; english text., 124pp., illustrated throughout in b/w.. Reissue Edition, First Thus. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Near Fine Plus. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.


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