Fortune Magazine March, 1935 (Japanese Silk; 6 Day Bike Race Madison Square Garden)

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There is a bit damage to this one, but I bought it anyway because the article about Japanese silk is fantastic! I'll get to that soon, but first you need to know that the upper corner of the last couple pages and the back cover corner were all creased up. I have been able to smooth it all out (see photos)-- we're talking just a couple pages at the back. One required archival tape before the corner fell off and one has a small loss of a corner. The cover just shows several creases at the corner. There's also a small bit of wear to both the top and bottom of the spine, but it doesn't impinge on the binding at all. Everything is tight. Now then, the best story in this issue is a TEN PAGE extravaganza about Japanese cloth. If you love textiles, or all things Japanese as I do, this one's a keeper! Other articles are about International Cement, Soviet Art, symphony finance, Social Security, the six day bike race at Madison Square Garden, and Duparquet, the company which provided quality cooking utensils and kitchen design. Magazine is huge at 11"x14", but still ships for $2.00 in the U.S. OVERSEAS ORDERS WELCOME, but due to size and weight the shipping will be higher. Contact me with destination and I will provide an actual cost. No obligation.

Title: Fortune Magazine March, 1935 (Japanese Silk; 6 Day Bike Race Madison Square Garden)

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Categories: Magazines, Sports ephemera, Asia, Food and Cooking, Business, Magazines: Fortune , Japan,

Edition: Volume XI, No. 3

Publisher: New York, Time-Life: 1935

Binding: soft cover

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 1384

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