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Weber's Guide to Pipes Carl Weber book history smoking collecting

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Category:

Nonfiction

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Condition:

Very Good

Special Attributes:

1st Edition

Publication Year:

1962

Language:

English

Country/Region of Manufacture:

United States

Category:

History

Author:

Carl Weber

Edition:

first

Publisher:

Cornerstone

Related Retailer:

Sears

Format:

Softcover

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Item number:

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Item description

Weberโ€™s Guide to Pipes Charles Fellows book A guide to pipes and pipe smoking Cornerstone Library New York 1962 1st edition Paper bound 5 X 8 inches 126 pages Illustrated by Charles Fellows (sketches photographs) A nice book about pipes, their history, types, accessories, how they are made, etc. CONDITION: Good, some bent corners, tiny rubs stains on the edges. POSTAGE: US: first class parcel. Canada overseas, please ask for a quote.
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