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Exploring Japanese Books and Scrolls by  Colin Franklin - First Edition - 1999 - from Bolerium Books Inc., ABAA/ILAB and

Exploring Japanese Books and Scrolls

by Franklin, Colin

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San Francisco & Mountain View: designed by Jonathan Clark at the Artichoke Press for The Book Club of California, 1999. Hardcover. xi, 156p., 10.5x14.25 inches, decorative endpapers, color frontis, introduction, index, 93 plates and maps, fine first edition limited to 450 copies bound in half blue silk cloth over color pictorial boards and paper title label on spine in fine decorative slipcase. Publication no. 211.


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