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    [Bronze Age Art]. Christian Zervos. L'Art des Cyclades du Debut a la Fin de L'Age du Bronze, 2500-1100 Avant Notre Ere. Paris: Editions "Cahiers D'Art", [1957]. Folio. Illustrated with three tipped in color plates and 344 black and white photographic illustrations. White publisher's cloth binding with titles in blue on front cover and spine in dust jacket. Boards lightly bumped around edges and corners, pages with small corner bends; dust jacket lightly soiled, creased, small edge tears and chips. Very good.

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    September, 2015
    3rd Thursday
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