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TASTE AND TECHNIQUE IN BOOK-COLLECTING - A STUDY OF RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN GREAT BRITAIN AND THE UNITED STATES

by Carter, John

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New York: R.R. Bowker Company, 1948. 203 pages. Bottom edges at back of book lightly bumped, otherwise pages good condition. Beige cloth, red title on spien. Edges and corners show light wear. Corners bumped. Maroon and beige DJ with white title. DJ has large chip at bottom corner and other small chips, edges worn. VG/GOOD. Hard Cover.




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