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  • The Language of Flowers; Thirty Floral Prints and the Story of Each Flower 1937
  • The Language of Flowers; Thirty Floral Prints and the Story of Each Flower 1937
Title:   The Language of Flowers; Thirty Floral Prints and the Story of Each Flower 1937

Book Condition:   Very Good

Publisher:   Akron, Ohio Billows Funeral Chapel 1937

Seller ID:   0275

A beautiful collection of floral prints with a folded flap explaining the story and meaning of each flower. All thirty are pristine and very beautiful, seemingly provided by a funeral home. I suspect that the set was made by another company and then purchased by the funeral home for distribtion as a subtle means to advertise their services. At any rate, it's a thing of beauty and the only one we've ever seen. The outer wrapper is a bit worn at the folds, but I ironed and repaired a few tears at the reverse side with archival tape and it once again looks presentable. The contents are pristine.


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