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Malmaison. Les Belles Choses de France

By: None

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Paris, Isobromure: Unknown date, but older

Edition: Edition Patras

Seller ID: 4832

Condition: Very good condition

I forgot I ever had this book of postcards. Beautiful! I still don't knew whee I got it, but it was a log time go. It's so prety with 20 black and white photo postcards showing outdoors, fabulous buildings and amazing interior design. The line on the front cover "Le Belles Choses de France" and which means The Beautiful Things of France View more info

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Leclerc Looms Catalogue No. 177 (weaving)

By: None

Price: $18.00

Publisher: L'Islet, Quebec, Canada, Nilus Leclerc Inc.: circa 1970's

Edition: No 177

Seller ID: 4708

ISBN: None

Condition: Very Good condition

If you love weaving there are so many types of looms from small to large and all in Leclerc's catalogue.There's no date, but it seems to me that the cover shows the colors of the 70's. The catlaogue has 33 pages in which are general information relating to all Leclerc looms, plus info and photos of individual items. The company offered for parts and accessories, such as items for tapestries. The pages are clean and nice with just two prices written in ink next to the items. View more info

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Tony Orlando and Dawn. A Special; Event, 1975

By: None atated

Price: $16.00

Publisher: New York City, Johnray Puyblishing and Distributing Co.: 1975

Edition: Presumed first

Seller ID: 4841

Condition: Good condition

If you're a baby boomer this musical event will bring back the good old days when we were young. The time was 1975 when we loved the songs, such as "Tie A Yellow Ribbon Round the Old Oak Tree", Knock Three Times, and more. The photos are great in this program and there are a lot of photos -- 25 in black and white and also gorgeous ones in color.The program is clean, but it does show some minor wear. Even so, it's a memory. View more info