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Rome Eternally Beautiful, The Medici Art Series No. 4

by Fattorusso, G. , J. & M. L. Fattorusso

Condition: Good in Poor dust jacket

Florence: The Medici Art Series. Good in Poor dust jacket. 1937. Softcover. Pages are clean and intact, some age tanning, no loose pages. Soft cardboard cover has moderate edgewear and tanning. Dustjacket in fairly poor condition has numerous tears and chips, front flap is detached (included but not attached) and back flap is partially attached, some soiling. Colour frontispiece and numerous b/w illustrations. The monuments of antiquity, the churches, the palaces, the treasures of art. A handbook for students and travellers. With 1045 illustrations. (320osl); 12mo 7" - 7½" tall .


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