1001 Antiques worth a Fortune (which not a lot of people know about)

Curtis, Tony

Published by Ted Smart, 1991
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Title: 1001 Antiques worth a Fortune (which not a ...

Publisher: Ted Smart

Publication Date: 1991

Book Condition: Near fine copy.

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246 x 170mm, laminated photographic boards, pp.448. Illustrated throughout in colour & black & white. Inscription on front free endpaper. Bookseller Inventory # 004249

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