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The Illustrated London News - October 26, 1957, Various Contributors

Author    Various Contributors

Title   The Illustrated London News - October 26, 1957

   Paperback

Condition   Good

   First Edition

Size   Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Publisher   London The Illustrated London News 1957

Seller ID   146a5922

Features: The Royal Visit to Canada and the U.S.A.; Her Majesty's First Television Broadcast; Saint Lawrence Seaway; An immense find of Greek Statuary - Perhaps by the Sculptors of Laocoon; Soviet influence in the Middle East; Hillman Minx Colour Ad.; and more. Moderate wear. Some tears to front cover. Sound copy.

Price = 129.95 USD


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