Vintage Posters. Public Sale 1866. August 2, 2000.
by Swann Galleries
- Small nick at rear cover, otherwise a Very Good clean tight copy.
Port Jefferson, New York
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- The Good Times Bookshop (US)
- Bookseller Inventory #
- Vintage Posters. Public Sale 1866. August 2, 2000.
- Swann Galleries
- Book condition
- Used - Small nick at rear cover, otherwise a Very Good clean tight copy.
- Swann Galleries, New York
- Date published
- Graphic Design, Auctions.
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