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balabanoff,angelica

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About this Item: harper & brothers. Condition: Fair. Acceptable condition. No Dust Jacket Former Library book. Seller Inventory # Q02H-00115

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Balabanoff, Angelica

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About this Item: Greenwood Press, New York, 1968. Condition: Good. [3d ed.]. Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Seller Inventory # GRP92923472

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Balabanoff, Angelica.

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About this Item: Harper and Brothers, 1938. Hardcover. Condition: Good. No Jacket. MY LIFE AS A REBEL. Balabanoff, Angelica. Harper and Brothers, NY, 1938. First Edition. 324p. hardcover no dust jacket, boards bumped/scuffed, tight binding, text clean, solid copy, name inscribed front fly/half-title page--15.00. Seller Inventory # ABE-15951629144

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About this Item: HARPER & BROS. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. B01LN85BQA NOT ex-library. First Edition - tight binding - clean text - 324 pages toned with age - photo endpapers & inside covers with one corner covered by a bookplate - gray & red boards with blue lettering - light shelf wear to the spine bottom & top corners - dated 1938 - overall the book is in very nice condition - no dust jacket - Purchase of this item will help support the programs and collections of the Johnson County (Kansas) Library. Seller Inventory # V703369

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Paolo Campanelli

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About this Item: Read Books, United Kingdom, 2006. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.MUSSOLINI - A Biography, by PAOLO CAMPANELLI . HE was a young man I had never seen before and his agitated manner and unkempt clothes set him apart from the other workers in the hall. The emigre audiences were always poorly dressed, but this man was also extremely dirty. I had never seen a more wretchedlooking human being. In spite of his large jaw, the bitterness and restlessness in his black eyes, he gave the impression of extreme timidity. Even as he listened, his nervous hands clutching at his big black hat, he seemed more concerned with his own inner turmoil than with what I was saying . . . After a few minutes conversation in the royal waitingroom, which was decorated with flowers and the flags of Great Britain and Italy, the Prime Minister and Lord Halifax entered Signor Mussolinis private train which the Duce had placed at their disposal. Between these two quotations stretches most of the life of Benito Amilcare Andrea Mussolini, il Duce, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Italy, and one of the most striking characters of our time. The first paragraph was written by Angelica Balabanoff in her book, My Life as a Rebel, in which this extraordinary woman described her experiences and adventures as a leader in the prewar Second International and other proletarian organisations. The second appeared in a London evening paper in the middle of January, 1939. Behind these two lies one of the most amazing successstories of the twentieth century, the rise of a poor, intensely passionate, hunted young man full of inhibitions, to one of the masters of the world. It is a story which has still a great many unknown ramifications. No man can be judged finally before his death and Signor Mussolini is very much alive. His achievements and blunders, his greatness and his crimes, are debated alike by his enthu opponents. But no history of our times could be written without mentioning his name he stands for the new Italy and if she falls, he will fall with her. Benito Mussolinis father, Alessandro, lived in the Romagna. He was always in hot water, being first an anarchist and latera slight concessiona Communist. By calling he was a blacksmith at least, he worked intermittently at his job when he was not in prison. He founded a cooperative community at Predappio and became its mayor. When Alessandro died in 1910 his son paid him a deeplymoving tribute. Later he described him in his autobiography: . A heavy man with large, powerful, fleshy hands, darkhaired, goodnatured, not slow to laugh, with strong features and steady gaze. His intense sympathies mingled with doctrines and causes. He discussed them in the evening with his friends and his eyes filled with light. . So come and go men whose minds and souls are resolute for good ends. Rosa, his wife, was less of a political dreamer and more of a realist. Benito was born on a Sunday, July zgih, 1833, at a small village called Varano di Costa in the county of Predappio. Nearby the beautiful plain of Forli stretched with its vineyards, castles, little streams. Seller Inventory # AAV9781406719642

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Balabanoff, Angelica

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About this Item: Indiana University Press, Bloomington ID, 1973. Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: None. 322 pages, paperback. Memoir of the last great representative of the nineteenth-century revolutionary tradition in Russia. Heavy rubbing to wraps, mild fading to spine. Age toning to rear wraps. Mild soiling to bottom text block edge. Unmarked. A tight copy. Record # 952187. Seller Inventory # 952187

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Paolo Campanelli

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About this Item: Read Books, United Kingdom, 2006. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. MUSSOLINI - A Biography, by PAOLO CAMPANELLI . HE was a young man I had never seen before and his agitated manner and unkempt clothes set him apart from the other workers in the hall. The emigre audiences were always poorly dressed, but this man was also extremely dirty. I had never seen a more wretchedlooking human being. In spite of his large jaw, the bitterness and restlessness in his black eyes, he gave the impression of extreme timidity. Even as he listened, his nervous hands clutching at his big black hat, he seemed more concerned with his own inner turmoil than with what I was saying . . . After a few minutes conversation in the royal waitingroom, which was decorated with flowers and the flags of Great Britain and Italy, the Prime Minister and Lord Halifax entered Signor Mussolinis private train which the Duce had placed at their disposal. Between these two quotations stretches most of the life of Benito Amilcare Andrea Mussolini, il Duce, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Italy, and one of the most striking characters of our time. The first paragraph was written by Angelica Balabanoff in her book, My Life as a Rebel, in which this extraordinary woman described her experiences and adventures as a leader in the prewar Second International and other proletarian organisations. The second appeared in a London evening paper in the middle of January, 1939. Behind these two lies one of the most amazing successstories of the twentieth century, the rise of a poor, intensely passionate, hunted young man full of inhibitions, to one of the masters of the world. It is a story which has still a great many unknown ramifications. No man can be judged finally before his death and Signor Mussolini is very much alive. His achievements and blunders, his greatness and his crimes, are debated alike by his enthu opponents. But no history of our times could be written without mentioning his name he stands for the new Italy and if she falls, he will fall with her. Benito Mussolinis father, Alessandro, lived in the Romagna. He was always in hot water, being first an anarchist and latera slight concessiona Communist. By calling he was a blacksmith at least, he worked intermittently at his job when he was not in prison. He founded a cooperative community at Predappio and became its mayor. When Alessandro died in 1910 his son paid him a deeplymoving tribute. Later he described him in his autobiography: . A heavy man with large, powerful, fleshy hands, darkhaired, goodnatured, not slow to laugh, with strong features and steady gaze. His intense sympathies mingled with doctrines and causes. He discussed them in the evening with his friends and his eyes filled with light. . So come and go men whose minds and souls are resolute for good ends. Rosa, his wife, was less of a political dreamer and more of a realist. Benito was born on a Sunday, July zgih, 1833, at a small village called Varano di Costa in the county of Predappio. Nearby the beautiful plain of Forli stretched with its vineyards, castles, little streams. Seller Inventory # AAV9781406719642

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Balabanoff, Angelica

Published by Indiana University Press, Bloomington & London (1973)

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About this Item: Indiana University Press, Bloomington & London, 1973. Trade Paperback. Condition: Very Good. First This Edition. ix, 324 pp, index; light wear to cover, previous owner's name on first page, ink notes on several pages & inside rear cover. [97] Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Seller Inventory # 157-10

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Balabanoff, Angelica

Published by Indiana University Press, Bloomington, IN, U.S.A. (1973)

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About this Item: Indiana University Press, Bloomington, IN, U.S.A., 1973. Paperback. Condition: Fine. Bloomington, IN, U.S.A.: Indiana University Press, 1973. "Last great representative of 19th Century Russian revolutionary tradition." Larger softcover, color-illustrated front wrapper, 324 pages. Near Very Fine. Soft Cover. Fine. Seller Inventory # 14770

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Balabanoff, Angelica

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About this Item: NY: Harpers, 1938, 1938. Very good. first edition. Binding is cloth. Seller Inventory # BOOKS003328I

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Paolo Campanelli

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About this Item: Hesperides Press. Paperback. Condition: New. 128 pages. Dimensions: 8.5in. x 5.5in. x 0.3in.MUSSOLINI - A Biography, by PAOLO CAMPANELLI . . . HE was a young man I had never seen before and his agitated manner and unkempt clothes set him apart from the other workers in the hall. The emigre audiences were always poorly dressed, but this man was also extremely dirty. I had never seen a more wretched looking human being. In spite of his large jaw, the bitterness and restlessness in his black eyes, he gave the impression of extreme timidity. Even as he listened, his nervous hands clutching at his big black hat, he seemed more concerned with his own inner turmoil than with what I was saying . . . After a few minutes conversation in the royal waiting room, which was decorated with flowers and the flags of Great Britain and Italy, the Prime Minister and Lord Halifax entered Signor Mussolinis private train which the Duce had placed at their disposal. Between these two quotations stretches most of the life of Benito Amilcare Andrea Mussolini, il Duce, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Italy, and one of the most striking characters of our time. The first paragraph was written by Angelica Balabanoff in her book, My Life as a Rebel, in which this extraordinary woman described her experiences and adventures as a leader in the prewar Second International and other proletarian organisations. The second appeared in a London evening paper in the middle of January, 1939. Behind these two lies one of the most amazing success stories of the twentieth century, the rise of a poor, intensely passionate, hunted young man full of inhibitions, to one of the masters of the world. It is a story which has still a great many unknown ramifications. No man can be judged finally before his death and Signor Mussolini is very much alive. His achievements and blunders, his greatness and his crimes, are debated alike by his enthu opponents. But no history of our times could be written without mentioning his name he stands for the new Italy and if she falls, he will fall with her. Benito Mussolinis father, Alessandro, lived in the Romagna. He was always in hot water, being first an anarchist and later - a slight concession - a Communist. By calling he was a blacksmith at least, he worked intermittently at his job when he was not in prison. He founded a cooperative community at Predappio and became its mayor. When Alessandro died in 1910 his son paid him a deeply moving tribute. Later he described him in his autobiography : . . . A heavy man with large, powerful, fleshy hands, dark-haired, good-natured, not slow to laugh, with strong features and steady gaze. His intense sympathies mingled with doctrines and causes. He discussed them in the evening with his friends and his eyes filled with light. . . . So come and go men whose minds and souls are resolute for good ends. Rosa, his wife, was less of a political dreamer and more of a realist. Benito was born on a Sunday, July 29, 1883, at a small village called Varano di Costa in the county of Predappio. Nearby the beautiful plain of Forli stretched with its vineyards, castles, little streams. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Seller Inventory # 9781406719642

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Paolo Campanelli

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About this Item: Read Books, United Kingdom, 2006. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. MUSSOLINI - A Biography, by PAOLO CAMPANELLI . HE was a young man I had never seen before and his agitated manner and unkempt clothes set him apart from the other workers in the hall. The emigre audiences were always poorly dressed, but this man was also extremely dirty. I had never seen a more wretchedlooking human being. In spite of his large jaw, the bitterness and restlessness in his black eyes, he gave the impression of extreme timidity. Even as he listened, his nervous hands clutching at his big black hat, he seemed more concerned with his own inner turmoil than with what I was saying . . . After a few minutes conversation in the royal waitingroom, which was decorated with flowers and the flags of Great Britain and Italy, the Prime Minister and Lord Halifax entered Signor Mussolinis private train which the Duce had placed at their disposal. Between these two quotations stretches most of the life of Benito Amilcare Andrea Mussolini, il Duce, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Italy, and one of the most striking characters of our time. The first paragraph was written by Angelica Balabanoff in her book, My Life as a Rebel, in which this extraordinary woman described her experiences and adventures as a leader in the prewar Second International and other proletarian organisations. The second appeared in a London evening paper in the middle of January, 1939. Behind these two lies one of the most amazing successstories of the twentieth century, the rise of a poor, intensely passionate, hunted young man full of inhibitions, to one of the masters of the world. It is a story which has still a great many unknown ramifications. No man can be judged finally before his death and Signor Mussolini is very much alive. His achievements and blunders, his greatness and his crimes, are debated alike by his enthu opponents. But no history of our times could be written without mentioning his name he stands for the new Italy and if she falls, he will fall with her. Benito Mussolinis father, Alessandro, lived in the Romagna. He was always in hot water, being first an anarchist and latera slight concessiona Communist. By calling he was a blacksmith at least, he worked intermittently at his job when he was not in prison. He founded a cooperative community at Predappio and became its mayor. When Alessandro died in 1910 his son paid him a deeplymoving tribute. Later he described him in his autobiography: . A heavy man with large, powerful, fleshy hands, darkhaired, goodnatured, not slow to laugh, with strong features and steady gaze. His intense sympathies mingled with doctrines and causes. He discussed them in the evening with his friends and his eyes filled with light. . So come and go men whose minds and souls are resolute for good ends. Rosa, his wife, was less of a political dreamer and more of a realist. Benito was born on a Sunday, July zgih, 1833, at a small village called Varano di Costa in the county of Predappio. Nearby the beautiful plain of Forli stretched with its vineyards, castles, little streams. Seller Inventory # LIE9781406719642

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Angelica Balabanoff

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About this Item: Greenwood Press, Publishers, New York, 1968. Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine. Reprint of the Third Edition. A NEAR FINE Hardcover with NO dust jacket (as issued). Scarce (now out of print) REPRINT of the 1938 Harper & Brothers Third Edition. This copy has NO marks or underlining and is IMMEDIATELY AVAILABLE. Seller Inventory # 018167

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Balabanoff, Angelica

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About this Item: Indiana University Press. PAPERBACK. Condition: New. 0253154855 NEW: Packaged Carefully & Shipped Promptly. 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed!. Seller Inventory # SKU046940

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Angelica Balabanoff

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About this Item: Indiana University Press, 1973. Hardcover. Condition: Used: Good. Seller Inventory # SONG0253154855

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Balabanoff, Angelica

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About this Item: Indiana U. P. Bloomington 1973, 1973. 1st ed. thus stiff wrappers Near Fine octavo 324pp., index, Classics in Russian Studies Series. Neat ownership signature o/w nice copy. Seller Inventory # R66217

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balabanoff,angelica

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About this Item: harper & brothers, 1938. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. 2nd Edition. hardback book and dust jacket in very good condition,dj is unclipped [$3.75],address sticker on title page. Seller Inventory # 30029

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Balabanoff, Angelica

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About this Item: Harper & Brothers, New York, 1938. Hard Cover Cloth. Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. First Edition First Printing. Clean in sound binding. Near fine, no dust jacket. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Seller Inventory # 052871

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My life as a rebel: Balabanoff, Angelica

Balabanoff, Angelica

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About this Item: Harper & Brothers, New York, 1938. ix, 324p., first edition, pictorial endleaves, index, grey cloth, pencil notations throughout. The autobiography of one of the key women in the international labor movement and a leader in Italian socialism. Balabanoff was described by Lenin as one of the most prominent militants of the Communist International. Known to be a duplicate from Jay Lovestone's library with his pencil annotations. Seller Inventory # 14620

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BALABANOFF, Angelica.

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About this Item: Hamish Hamilton, London, 1938 First Edition. Hardback. No Dustjacket., 1938. 8vo. Original publisher's russet cloth lettered gilt on spine. pp 358. Autobiography. Clean VG copy. Seller Inventory # A65885

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Angelica Balabanoff

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About this Item: Indiana University Press, 1973. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0253154855

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BALABANOFF, Angelica.

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About this Item: 1939. Hardback. 358pp Hamish Hamilton, London *First secretary of the Communist International. Of great historical importance (Foreign Affairs Bib.). Very good copy. Seller Inventory # HALL121751

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Angelica Balabanoff

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About this Item: Hamish Hamilton, London, 1938. Red Cloth. Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Poor. First. The author was a member of teh international revolutionary movement in the first part of the 20th century. Being a link between the new Russian governnemt and the European labour movement, she had dealings with Lenin, Trotsky and Gorki, and was associated with Mussolini for 10 years when she worked with him as joint editor of the Socialist daily newspaper, Avanti. In good condition with all text pages intact, the main defect is the yellowing of the pages with age, and darkening of the cut page edge. The dustjacket is unclipped but has chips and tears along top edge and is sunned in spine. 358 pages. All proceeds from the sale of this item go to Amnesty International Size: 9" x 6". Seller Inventory # 902081

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My Life As a Rebel.: Balabanoff, Angelica

Balabanoff, Angelica

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About this Item: New York, Harper & Brothers, 1938. Originally published 1938, this fourth edition does not indicate another date. -- SIGNED by the author on half-title page. There are 22 photos on the endsheets. 324 pages. -- Hardcover. Condition: very good minus (small indents cover; spine tips lightly bumped; no dust jacket). -- John Reed suggested the author write her memoirs. She does so now as a contribution to learning from the failures and defeats of the international labor movement after 1914. She knew and collaborated with Lenin, Trotsky and Mussolini. Seller Inventory # 25062

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About this Item: 1939. Hardback. 358pp Hamish Hamilton, London 1939. *First Secretary of the Communist International. Of great historical importance (Foreign Affairs Bib.). Very good in dust jacket. Seller Inventory # HALL121752

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Balabanoff, Angelica

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About this Item: Indiana University Press, 1973. Paperback. Condition: Very Good. Great condition with minimal wear, aging, or shelf wear. Seller Inventory # P020253154855

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Balabanoff, Angelica

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About this Item: Hamish Hamilton London 1938, 1938. dust jacket Near Fine octavo 358pp. , 'Co-Worker of every great figure in the Revolutionary Movement during the last 40 years'.Balabanoff was a friend of Lenin, Trotsky & Mussolini among others. Seller Inventory # R60047

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Balabanoff, Angelica

Published by Indiana University Press 1975 (1975)

ISBN 10: 0253154855 ISBN 13: 9780253154859

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About this Item: Indiana University Press 1975, 1975. Gewicht in Gramm: 550 geringe äußere Gebrauchsspuren, innen sauberes Exemplar. Seller Inventory # 17410

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Angelica Balabanoff

Published by Indiana University Press (1973)

ISBN 10: 0253154855 ISBN 13: 9780253154859

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About this Item: Indiana University Press, 1973. Hardcover. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0253154855

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Angelica Balabanoff

Published by London : Hamish Hamilton (1938)

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About this Item: London : Hamish Hamilton, 1938. Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. 358pp. An exceptional copy of the memoirs of one of the great feminist radicals of the early 20th c. She was one of the leading opponents of Lenin within the European socialist movement. Signatures of previous owners on the free front endpaper. No other markings. DJ bright, though price-clipped and darkened along the spine. Red lettering on the front panel is bold. Seller Inventory # S2772

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