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The State Hermitage - Masterpieces from the Museum's Collections

£60.00

Product description

A two volume set in slipcase. Volume I covers early cultures, classical antiquities, oriental, coins and medals, and arms and armour. It contains "690 illustrations including 663 plates in full colour" and has 692 pages. Volume II covers western European art and Russian art. It contains 780 plates in full colour and has 879 pages. The two volumes are housed in a slipcase.

The two hardback volumes in very good condition. Ends of spines lightly bumped. Top front corner of vol I bumped. Slight wear on corners. Small tears on both front free end papers.

Dust jackets in very good condition. Ends of spines lightly bumped. Top front corner of vol I bumped. Slight wear on corners. Light shelf wear.

Slipcase in very good condition. A top corner of back panel and the two bottom corners bumped. Light shelf wear.

Item details

Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1994
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1873968035
ISBN-13:
9781873968031
Publisher:
Booth-Clibborn Editions
Title:
The State Hermitage - Masterpieces from the Museum's Collections

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A two volume set in slipcase. Volume I covers early cultures, classical antiquities, oriental, coins and medals, and arms and armour. It contains "690 illustrations including 663 plates in full colour" and has 692 pages. Volume II covers western European art and Russian art. It contains 780 plates in full colour and has 879 pages. The two volumes are housed in a slipcase.

The two hardback volumes in very good condition. Ends of spines lightly bumped. Top front corner of vol I bumped. Slight wear on corners. Small tears on both front free end papers.

Dust jackets in very good condition. Ends of spines lightly bumped. Top front corner of vol I bumped. Slight wear on corners. Light shelf wear.

Slipcase in very good condition. A top corner of back panel and the two bottom corners bumped. Light shelf wear.

Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1994
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1873968035
ISBN-13:
9781873968031
Publisher:
Booth-Clibborn Editions
Title:
The State Hermitage - Masterpieces from the Museum's Collections

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