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L'Heure Des Chines by Evelyne Brisou-Pellen - Paperback - 1995 - from visionarybook and

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L'Heure Des Chines

by Evelyne Brisou-Pellen

Condition: Very Good

Rageot, 1995. Trade Paperback. Very Good. This book is in very good condition. The binding is tight and pages are clean. The cover has wear with bumps, scuffs, rubs on the back spine end. It has been corner bumped. There is no creasing on the spine.

  • Bookseller: visionarybook US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 023861
  • Title: L'Heure Des Chines
  • Author: Evelyne Brisou-Pellen
  • Format/binding:Trade Paperback
  • Book condition: Used - Very Good
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Binding: Paperback
  • ISBN 10:2700223454
  • ISBN 13:9782700223453
  • Publisher: Rageot
  • Date published: 1995
  • Keywords: French


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