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TREASURY OF AMERICAN PRINTS BY THOMAS CRAVEN (1ST EDITION)

age: 80+ years old

size: 10 inches wide, 13 inches long

composition: paper

rating; 8

comments: A Treasury of American Prints; A Selection of one hundred etchings and lithographs by the foremost living american artists; edited by Thomas Craven; Published by Simon & Schuster, copyright 1939, spiral bound, pages are numbered. Etchings are all stamped, "Repro" at bottom of each. Condition is fair with some rippling of pages and a mildew storage scent. There is wear on covers with some spotting and water stains. Spine and binding are secure, All pages are complete, we encourge you to come in and view.

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