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The Surfer's Guide to Florida by  Amy Vansant - Paperback - First Edition - from Trumpington Fine Books Limited and Biblio.co.uk

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The Surfer's Guide to Florida

by Vansant, Amy

Condition: Fine


Pineapple Press. PAPERBACK. 1561640735 132pp. 1995. First edition. 8vo. A Near fine copy in lovely fresh, tight, clean condition. No inscriptions. No reading crease to the spine. The text supported by numerous photographic reproductions and a small colour plate section. A small square white sticker inside the rear card cover. A super copy. . Fine.



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