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The Golden Age of Chinese Art: The Lively TÕang Dynasty

by Hugh Scott

Condition: Very Good/Very Good

Rutland, VT: Charles E. Tuttle Co., 1970. 2nd. HB. Very Good/Very Good. Quarto. Excellent reference copy;with check marks or notations, some of which indicate value and/or condition at the time by the previous owner, who was obviously an expert collector or dealer who was interested in purchasing some of those times listed. There are even corrections, such as Òthree in the worldÓ, or actual color on item descriptions. This is a clean tight volume which could be of great interest to a current collector of Chinese art, due to some of these notations. DJ has light rubbing and shelfwear, protected by clear mylar sleeve. Shelved in completely smoke-free environment. Shipped in a box, not a loose plastic envelope and always shipped with confirmation/tracking.. Photos emailed upon request.


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