Florianopolis de Ontem
Reprint, 4th ed. Unpaginated . This is a book of black-and-white illustrations of the city of Florianoplis, Brasil (Brazil),by the artist Domingos Fossari (1914-1987), with two-page introduction and approximately 130 drawings, printed on only side of the leaf. It appears, from information on the copyright page and in the biography on the back cover, and to a nonspeaker of Portugese (in which this book is printed), that this was a special edition of 3,000 sponsored by the state of Santa Catarina's ministry of culture and sports. Hard cover, brown paper over boards, gilt titles, fine; attractive white dust jacket with creases on the back, one 1/2" tear, one tiny hole. Horizontal octavo (9" x 13"). Bookseller Inventory # 072014DF
Title: Florianopolis de Ontem
Publisher: Florianopolis, Brasil: Empresas Portobello, 1987
Publication Date: 1987
Dust Jacket Condition: Dust Jacket Included
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