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Art of Rome, Etruria, and Magna Graecia

by Hafner, German

Condition: Fine /Very Good


New York: Harry N Abrams Inc.. Brown Cloth. 264pp. (white spine) 8vo. large sized. A lovely, fresh, clean, tight near fine copy in original publisher's brown cloth - gilt embossed to the spine. The text supported by numerous photographic reproductions. The jacket has not been price-clipped and is signed in blue biro to the lower corner of the front flap. The jacket has an expertly repaired tear to the rear panel with some associated rubbing. Also a small soil mark to the rear panel of the jacket. A near fine, clean, tight copy in vey good jacket. . Fine. 1969. First Edition.


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