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King's road - the Rise and Fall of the Hippest Street in the World by  Maz Decharne - First Edition - 2005 - from Compass Books and Biblio.co.uk

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King's road - the Rise and Fall of the Hippest Street in the World

by Decharne, Maz

Condition: Fine/Near Fine


London: Weidendeld & Nicholson, 2005. Wrapper has slight shelf wear, else fine.. First Edition. Fine/Near Fine.




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