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INTRODUCTION TO TYPOGRAPHY

by Simon, Oliver

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Cambridge: Harvard, 1949. Cloth. Facsimiles. Folding plate. First edition, American issue (British sheets with American title-page). Review slip laid in. Fine in very good dust jacket.


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jacket
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Cloth
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First Edition
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fine
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