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Near Fine in Near Fine jacket. Folio-over 12-15" tall" Illustrated history of book production prior to the invention of printing, from Egypt to the Middle Ages. 199pp with index, 226 illustrations of which 149 are in colour. Gilt lettering to spine. Contains many rarely-seen and unusual manuscripts. Minimal marking to page edges and slight bumping to edges of binding, otherwise near fine copy. Unclipped dustwrapper has minor rubbing to corners. HEAVY BOOK, additional postage may be necessary.
2000. Thames and Hudson. Italian. Hard Cover. Book-VG+. DJ-VG+, protective covered. 12.5x11. 199pp. B/w and colour illus throughout. B/w illus frontis. With its abundance of carefully chosen illustrations and informative text, this book will be welcomed by everyone who wants to learn more about these priceless treasures of our cultural heritage.
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