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    Martin Hardie. Water-Colour Painting in Britain. Volumes I-III. New York: Barnes & Noble, [1966-1967] and London: Batsford, [1968]. Volumes I and II are American first editions and Volume III is British first edition. All volumes with mild wear to cloth corners. Volume III with a few small areas of soiling to fore-edge and broken front hinge. Jacket shows light rubbing and wear to edges with a few small chips and tears. Very good.

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    February, 2012
    2nd Thursday
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