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Paris Lost

£14.99

Product description

Beige/cream cloth hard covers with maroon titles on the spine and maroon endpapers. Hard covers and text block in Fine condition. No inscriptions, tight binding. The dust jacket is fair with shelf wear, tears at the tops and bases of the inner folds, and also at the top and base of the spine. Front inner flap is price clipped. Fifteen pages followed by 96 full-page drawings in sepia tone, each with their title printed on the facing page. The book comprises mainly drawings by this famous artist, with an introduction by Jonathan Stone.

Item details

Added value:
Uncommon book in the UK
Author(s):
Toploski, Feliks
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
31cm x 24cm
Edition:
1973
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0091176204
ISBN-13:
9780091176204
Publisher:
Hutchinson

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About this item

Beige/cream cloth hard covers with maroon titles on the spine and maroon endpapers. Hard covers and text block in Fine condition. No inscriptions, tight binding. The dust jacket is fair with shelf wear, tears at the tops and bases of the inner folds, and also at the top and base of the spine. Front inner flap is price clipped. Fifteen pages followed by 96 full-page drawings in sepia tone, each with their title printed on the facing page. The book comprises mainly drawings by this famous artist, with an introduction by Jonathan Stone.

Added value:
Uncommon book in the UK
Author(s):
Toploski, Feliks
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
31cm x 24cm
Edition:
1973
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0091176204
ISBN-13:
9780091176204
Publisher:
Hutchinson

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