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New York: Thames And Hudson, 1981. About this Item: Thames and Hudson, New York, 1981. This style originated in Paris, France. Additionally, we cannot open packages that are unsolicited or do not have a return address. Axinite has a of 7 and a of 3. Light foxing to page edges Good condition is defined as: a copy that has been read but remains in clean condition.
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