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The New Transparent Decorations for Glass, Celluloid, Mica, pyrolin, Cellophane, Glassine, and Tracing Paper or Cloth.

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The New Transparent Decorations for Glass, Celluloid, Mica, pyrolin, Cellophane, Glassine, and Tracing Paper or Cloth.

by D. M Campana

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D. M Campana Art Company, Chicago, IL, 1928, 1928. 1st Edition. . Soft cover. New. STORED NEW PRISTINE CONDITION PHOTOS OF BOOK EMAILED UPON REQUEST NEGOTIABLE IF REASONABLE

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Title
The New Transparent Decorations for Glass, Celluloid, Mica, pyrolin, Cellophane, Glassine, and Tracing Paper or Cloth.
Author
D. M Campana
Format/Binding
Soft cover
Book Condition
New
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Edition
1st Edition.
Binding
Paperback
Publisher
D. M Campana Art Company, Chicago, IL, 1928
Date Published
1928

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