Carrizey.

MAC ORLAN, Pierre, preface.

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Place Published: Monte Carlo
Publisher: Editiions du Livre
Date Published: 1943

Description: Color illustration on title page, 9 color plates, illustrated throughout in black & white, unpaginated, slim 4to, loose as issued, in a wrapper portfolio with a central window; (spine worn, first 2pp. have a small wrinkle at the bottom corner margin). Monte-Carlo: Editions du Livre, (1943). Very good.

Binding: paperback
Condition: very good
Language: English
Type: Books

Book ID: 122122


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