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VIIIe Congres international des Bibliophiles, Varsovie, 23-29 Juillet 1973

by Dymkowska, Krystyna & Joanna Pasztaleniec-Jarzynska, Maxime Denesle, Witold Stankiewicz

Condition: Used - Very Good


Bibliotheque Nationale. Used - Very Good. 1985. Cloth. 4to. 172 pp & 68 plates. Text in French. Mild shelf wear to boards, corners slightly bumped. Altogether a copy in Very Good condition. (Subject: Books on Books.)
  • Bookseller: Powell's Bookstores Chicago US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: Q15967
  • Title: VIIIe Congres international des Bibliophiles, Varsovie, 23-29 Juillet 1973
  • Author: Dymkowska, Krystyna & Joanna Pasztaleniec-Jarzynska, Maxime Denesle, Witold Stankiewicz
  • Book condition: Used - Very Good
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • ISBN 10: 8300003274
  • ISBN 13: 9788300003273
  • Publisher: Bibliotheque Nationale
  • This edition first published: 1985

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