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101 Godfrey, Dave; Gotlieb, Phyllis; Bowering, George; Waddington, Miriam; Trottier, Pierre; Kattan, Naim; Turnbull, Gael; Roberts, Philip; Kilbourn, Elizabeth; McCormack, Robert, Dufy, Dennis; Johnston, George; Fisher, Douglas; Rotstein, Abraham; et al THE TAMARACK REVIEW. SUMMER 1966. ISSUE 40.
Tamarack Review, Toronto, 1966. 
96 pp, 8 1/2" H, soft cover. Contents: The Hard-headed Collector, by Dave Godfrey; Six Poems, by Phyllis Gotlieb; The Elevator, by George Bowering; Two Poems, by Miriam Waddington; Four Poems (translated by G.V. Downes), by Pierre Trottier; Montre al and French-Canadian Culture, by Naim Kattan; Riel, by Gael Turnbull; Six Poems, by Philip Roberts; The Art Scene '66, by Elizabeth Kilbourn; Interpretations, by Robert McCormack; Beautiful Beginners, by Dennis Dufy; Newfoundland Viking, b y G e o r g e Johnston; Foreign Affairs, by Douglas Fisher; Canadian Affluence, by Abraham Rotstein; Goodbye Humphrey, by Diana Goldsborough; A Find, by John Robert Colombo; Contributors. The back cover, sponsored by Hudson's Bay Company, feat u re s t wo p oe ms b y Alden Nowlan - 'Midnight of the First Snow' and 'The Spy'. Interior - tiny bump to bottom corner of first few pages, otherwise clean and tight with no other ownership marks. Exterior - wrinkling on spine, minor edge wear to co ve rs , s mal l c los ed te ar at bottom of front hinge, two tiny faint watermarks on front cover, very light rubbing, minor soiling, book is lightly cocked. Good+ 
Price: 10.00 USD
London Rupert Hart-Davis 1965 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good- 
192 pp, 8vo (8 3/4"H). "When Napoleon left Egypt in August, 1799, he was deserting a plague-ridden force, whose numbers had been reduced by half since they first landed fourteen months before. Their pay was four million francs in arrear and all ranks were in a state of near-mutiny against their Commander-in-Chief, whose real purpose in Egypt, they alleged, was to augment his personal glory. But by November 9th, the 18th Brumaire, Napoleon had so regained the support of the Army in Paris that he was able to drive out the elected representatives of the French people at bayonet-point from the Orangery of St Cloud, and assume supreme power." Scattered foxing marks to top and bottom edges of textblock, minor wrinkling to bottom of spine. Dust jacket has light edge wear, light to moderate rubbing/scuffing on rear panel, two s,all creases a top edge of front panel. 
Price: 10.00 USD
THE GREAT NEW GOLF COURSES OF CANADA., Gordon, John.  Photography by Doug Ball & Gordie Ball.
103 Gordon, John. Photography by Doug Ball & Gordie Ball. THE GREAT NEW GOLF COURSES OF CANADA.
Warwick, Toronto, 2006. 
213 pp, 4to (12 1/4" H), hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN 1894622820 Profusely illustrated with color photographs. "(Examines) thirty-four of the best courses built (in Canada) since 1990. Each course is given a lavish six-page treatment that inc ludes gorgeous photos of the best holes and a 900-word essay on its history, design philosophy, and toughest hole descriptions. The result is an ideal gift for the avid golfer." Contents: The Algonquin; Andersons Creek Golf Course; Bear Mounta i n G olf & Country Club; Bigwin Island Golf Club; Blackhawk Golf Club; Dakota Dunes Golf Links; Dundarave; Eagles Nest Golf Club; Club de Golf le Fountainebleau; Fox Harb'r; Georgian Bay Club; Glen Arbour Golf Course; Glencairn Golf Club; Grandvie w Go l f Club; Humber Valley Resort; King's Riding Golf Club; Kingswood; The Lake Joseph Club; Legends on the Niagara; Magna Golf Club; Le Maitre de Mont Tremblant; Le Mirage; The Okanagan Golf Club; Osprey Valley Resorts; Rattlesnake Point Golf Clu b; Th e Ro ck; Rocky Crest Golf Club; Royal Oaks Estates & Golf Club; St. Eugene Mission Golf Resort; Silvertip Golf Coruse; Speargrass Golf Club; Stewart Creek Golf Club; Taboo; The Wilds at Salmonier River. A heavy book which may require extra p ost age. Sli ght waviness to edges of text block, bottom of spine bumped, tiny bump at top corner of front board, small bump at top edge of rear board, slight bump at top of spine. Dust jacket has very light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine and fl ap-f olds, very light rubbing, a few tiny dints on rear panel. Very Good/Very Good 
Price: 50.00 USD
University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver, (1980), Ist edition. 
190 pp, large 8vo, HC in dust jacket. B&w illus, maps. "(T)he first comprehensive survey to examine Britian's motives for expeditions to this most distant frontier of British maritime development. It is also the first to draw the history of the coast into the general realm of Pacific history, relating its development to events in Europe, the American eastern seaboard, Australia, the Falkland Islands, and China. This entertaining book offers fresh insight into an exciting chapter of North American history." Very minor edgewear to boards. Dust jacket has very minor edgewear, spine lightly browned. NF/VG+ 
Price: 18.00 USD
Toronto The Champlain Society 1992 0969342519 / 9780969342519 Limited Edition Hard Cover Near Fine 
Volume II only. Pagination runs 329 - 781 pp, large 8vo (9 5/8" H). Orange/red cloth with gilt lettering/crest on spine, top edge gilt. No. 0531 of an edition of twelve hundred and fifty. "This second volume of the Journal of the North West Company fur trader Alexander Henry the Younger portrays Henry against the larger panorama of the North American fur trade. We find him in the first entry, that for 8 August 1808, taking his leave from the Pembina post in the Red River Valley. He is destined for the Saskatchewan country and a different departmental assignment from that he previously had. We trace his route upstream along the waterways of the Saskatchewan River system, and we follow him into the foothills of the Rocky Mountains in what is now southwestern Alberta. In the course of these trading activities that cover the years 1808 through 1813, Henry meets the surveyor and discoverer David Thompson, and on occasion the latter features heavily in the narrative. During these years on the prairies and plains of western North America Henry writes extensive commentary on various native peoples. The last phase of the Journal, comprising the years 1813 and 1814, brings Henry into the watershed of the Columbia River and the Pacific Coast.. The Nor'Westers were in a very insecure position owing to the threat of United States naval intervention during the War of 1812 and to the rivalry of John Jacob Astor's Pacific Fur Company. The tension of the narrative builds with these enlarge-ments to Henry's activities, and it ends in his accidental death." From the Editor's Note. Minor rub on fore-edge of text block otherwise clean and bright. 
Price: 65.00 USD
Toronto Coles 1970 Facsimile Edition. Hard Cover Very Good- 
371 pp, 8 1/2" H. Facsimile reprint of the James Campbell, Toronto, edition of 1873 - part of the Coles Canadiana Collection. Maroon boards with black title block, gold lettering/banding on spine, gold lettering/banding on front board. B&w illustrations, maps. Minor cracking in gutter of copyright/preface pages, very small light stain at top of preface page, light cut across spine, light browning to edges of text block. 
Price: 15.00 USD
GUNS ACROSS THE RIVER: THE BATTLE OF THE WINDMILL, 1838., Graves, Donald E.  Additional research by Arthur J. Robinson.
107 Graves, Donald E. Additional research by Arthur J. Robinson. GUNS ACROSS THE RIVER: THE BATTLE OF THE WINDMILL, 1838.
Prescott Friends of Windmill Point 2002 1896941214 / 9781896941219 Reprint with minor corrections. Soft Cover Very Good Christopher Johnson, maps - marine art by Peter Rindlisbacher.. 
263 pp, 8" H x 9" D. B&w photographs, maps, drawings. "In 1838, seeing political turbulence in Canada as an opportunity, members of a clandestine American organization, the Patriot Hunters, launched a series of attacks across the international border. The Hunters hoped to duplicate the success of the Texas rebellion two years before when their heroes Davy Crockett and Jim Bowie fought to establish a republic in northern Mexico. Destesting 'tyranny and oppression wherever manifested', they believed that all it would take was 'a good stand maintained for a short time' by Americans and then Canadians would do their own fighting to win freedom from the British yoke. The most ambitious Hunter attack was launched in November 1838 when a force of more than 500 armed men, commanded by a European soldier of fortune, set out from northern New York in a flotilla of chartered and hijacked vessels. Avoiding the naval and miitary forces of two nations, they occupied a stone windmill near Prescott, Ontario, confident that Canadians would rally to their standard. Their hopes were doomed. After five days of heavy fighting, British regulars and Canadian militia captured this 'Alamo of the North', and those invaders who survived were imprisoned in Fort Henry at Kingston and tried by court martial - eleven were executed and sixty deported to an Australian penal colony. (This book) tells the full story of this bloody but forgotten military action and the undeclared war of which it was a part. (It) traces the rise of the Patriot Hunters in the northern United States, describes their odyssey down the St. Lawrence and provide a detailed account of the five-day battle that followed. (P)acked with fascinating information about a colourful time in North American history and about the men who fought at the windmill - their personalities, tactics, weapons, uniforms, and even the songs they sang." Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - minor edge wear, slight lean to spine. 
Price: 17.50 USD
108 Greenhill, Ralph and Birrell, Andrew. CANADIAN PHOTOGRAPHY: 1839-1920.
Toronto Coach House Press 1979 0889101345 / 9780889101340 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Good 
(183) pp, oblong 8vo (9" H x 10 5/8" D). Profusely illustrated with b&w photographs. "(A) history of photography from 'The New Art of Sun Painting' to the first two decades of (the 20th) century. From contemporary books, journals and manuscripts, the authors have compiled a fascinating account of the early processes and of the Canadian pioneers of photography." Waviness to edges of textblock, minor edge wear, tiny soiling mark on bottom of textblock. Dust jacket has very light edge wrinkling, three closed tears archivally taped, moderate rubbing/scuffing - mainly on rear panel and spine. 
Price: 25.00 USD
109 Greenhill, Ralph and Birrell, Andrew. CANADIAN PHOTOGRAPHY: 1839-1920.
Toronto Coach House Press 1979 0889101345 / 9780889101340 First Edition Hard Cover Near Fine Very Good- 
(183) pp, oblong 8vo (9" H x 10 5/8" D). Profusely illustrated with b&w photographs. "(A) history of photography from 'The New Art of Sun Painting' to the first two decades of (the 20th) century. From contemporary books, journals and manuscripts, the authors have compiled a fascinating account of the early processes and of the Canadian pioneers of photography." Small slight bump at bottom edge of rear board. Dust jacket has light browning at edges, on spine and on flap-folds; light color fading on rear hinge; small faint scratch ion front panel. 
Price: 30.00 USD
South Brunswick A.S. Barnes 1971 0498077896 / 9780498077890 Reprint Hard Cover Very Good Good+ 
277 pp, 8vo (8 1/2" H). "(This book) was first published in 1928, and has now been reprinted in a new format. With the flick of his rod and a twist of his pen, this well-known sportsman-novelist takes you with him on his trips through inland waters. From Pennsylvania to Oregon, from the calm waters of the Delware to the rushing torrents of the Klamath River, Mr. Grey casts and strikes his way. Salmon, black bass, and steelhead trout come tumbling to his line, though none too easily. There are many disappointments and many battles lost. The author tells stories of his fishing adventures with excitement and zeal. His vivid descriptions of the places he fished and the people he fished with are filled with enthusiasm. You'll learn about his techniques for outwitting the piscatorial species and the variety of baits he experimented with. You'll read about the many types of reels and rods, and those that he used. Come with Zane Grey as he takes you to the Rogue River, the most beautiful stream in Oregon, and the coldest, deepest, and swiftest he ever fished. Read about Ken, a fellow fisherman, who followed his catch down Rocky Riffle, forgetting about the deep channel below. Feel the author's anxiety as he battles with a Chinook salmon on the line. The long tug gave him aching arms and cramped hands, but he won - a prize 57-pound beauty. The 100 illustrations, many of them full-page photographs taken by the author, give you an even fuller opportunity of following every joyous tug of the line." Book slightly twisted, light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine. Dust jacket has light edge wear/wrinkling, several very small tears - one with crease, very light browning on spine and flap-folds, light rubbing with light color loss on front panel. 
Price: 42.50 USD
111 Gruber, John, Editor. (John Illman, Steve Patterson, David D. Perata, Michael Zega, John Gruber, Doug Riddell, Allan W. Miller, James A. Porterfield, Octavus Roy Cohen, Ralph D. Pierce, Brian Jennison.) VINTAGE RAILS. ISSUE NO. 6. WINTER 1997.
Pasadena, California Pentrex 1997 Stapled in Wraps Very Good 
122 pp, 11" H - magazine format. Profusely illustrated with b&w and colour photographs, reproductions. Contents: Bay Area Fan Trips, 1948-1964; Appalachian Mixed Train (Abingdon Branch); The Pullman Porter; Photo Album; Travel by Train (advertising artwork); Steam in the 1960s; Now That Was Railroading; Marx Electric Trains; Classic Railroad Stories; Departments: Operator's Desk (CB&Q locomotive 4960 and Denrock Zephyr); Letters to the Editor; Readers Recall; Time-Tables: 1939 (Streamliners, Chessie's travels); Executive Suite ("Gus" Aydelott's Grande Railroad); Railroad Collectibles (switchlock keys); Vintage Marketplace; Swap Meet; Terminal Ad. Interior - very soft bump at top corner of pages, otherwise clean and tight with no other ownership marks. Exterior - very light wear at top/bottom of spine, minor wear on spine, old price sticker on front cover, very minor tiny scuffs on covers. 
Price: 10.00 USD
Toronto University of Toronto Press 1968 Hard Cover Very Good+ Very Good 
246 pp, 11 1/4" H. Profusely illustrated with b&w photographs, reproductions, maps, drawings. "From portage trails snaking their way through the wilderness to superhighways carrying the raw materials and produce of an industrial nation, Canada's roads have had a romantic but long-neglected history. The problems which Canada has faced in seeking to connect two oceans by road would have been formidable even in a land more densely populated. Early builders found their way blocked by forest and swamp, rivers, rocks, vast areas of grassland, mountains, and muskeg. Their gradual success is recounted from the woodland trail cleared by Champlain in Acadia on through the early construction by corvee in New France; the Temiscouta Trail between the Atlantic Provinces and the Canadas; the infamous corduroy roads and bridges which jolted passengers unmercifully and lamed their horses; the plank roads, Canada's first contribution to road-building science; the cart tracks cut into the virgin prairies by Metis buffalo hunters; the Cariboo Road, build through sheer canyons and over mountain passes to the gold fields fo the Upper Fraser; and the vehicles which travelled these routes - the wonderul assortment of sleighs, caleches, buckboards, Red River carts, wagons, and stage-coaches of the nineteenth century. Then came the automobile, and with it an unprecedented personal mobility. Today Canada's roads are one of her principal resources. The Trans-Canada Highway, a dream for most of a century, has forged a new tie of asphalt and concrete, unifying the country." Dust jacket has very light edge wear, tiny dent on front hinge. 
Price: 25.00 USD
DUBLIN OLD AND NEW., Gwynn, Stephen.
113 Gwynn, Stephen. DUBLIN OLD AND NEW.
George G. Harrap, London, n.d. (inscription dated 1939). Hard Cover Very Good- No Jacket 
239 pp, 8vo (8 7/8" H), gray cloth with gold lettering on spine. B&w illustrations, fold-out map 'Dublin and Suburbs' at rear. Contents: Dublin Old and New; From Medieval to Modern; Central Dublin; The North Side; Dublin Moves Southwards; Leinster House and Dail Eireann; Dublin Society; The Universities; The Castle and the Cathedrals; Dublin's Pleasure Grounds; The Museums; Dublin Bay and the Liffey; The Slums, the Hospitals and the Sweep. Interior - gift inscription on free front endpaper, light browning to pages, small closed tear at top of page viii - archivally taped, small corner crease on map, otherwise clean and tight. Exterior - small light stain on bottom of textblock, browning to edges of textblock, light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, light edge wear to boards, very light discoloration on boards and spine. 
Price: 15.00 USD
VOYAGES & DOCUMENTS.  THE WORLD'S CLASSICS SERIES 562., Hakluyt, Richard.  Selected, with introduction and glossary, by Janet Hampden.
114 Hakluyt, Richard. Selected, with introduction and glossary, by Janet Hampden. VOYAGES & DOCUMENTS. THE WORLD'S CLASSICS SERIES 562.
Oxford University Press, London, 1958. 
471 pp, 16mo (6" H), hard cover (dark blue cloth with gold lettering on spine) - no dust jacket. Selections from Haklyut's works, including voyages of the Cabots, Thomas Windham, John Hawkins, Francis Drake, Martin Frobisher, Humphrey Gilbert, John Davis, etc. Waviness to top edge of preliminary and introduction pages, light browning to endpapers and edges of text block, light edge wear to boards, light liquid marks and soiling on front board and fore-edge of rear board. Dust jacke t h a s b e en price-clipped, has light browning, small stains on rear panel, light wear and tiny tears - mainly at top of spine, fading to spine color, small water marks on spine. Good-/Good- 
Price: 15.00 USD
Thomas Allen, Toronto, 1916, first Canadian edition. 
201 pp, small 8vo (7 1/2" H), hard cover (red cloth with black lettering on spine and front board) - no dust jacket. "This brief narrative is by no means a complete record of life in a battalion of one of Lord Kitchener's first armies. It is, rath er, a story in outline, a mere suggestion of that life as it is lived in the British lines along the Western Front. If those who read gain thereby a more intimate view of trench warfare, and of the men who are so gallantly and cheerfully lay i n g d o w n their lives for England, the purpose of the writer will have been accomplished." Book slightly cracked at two places, tiny stain at top edge of half-title and title page, moderate browning to edges of text block, tiny stain in margin s of p a ge s 19 0 &191 - migrates into adjacent pages, light edge wear, light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, scattered small soiling marks/stains on boards. Good 
Price: 15.00 USD
116 Harris, Joseph and Anderson, Samuel. Edited and with introduction by C. Ian Jackson, technical appendix by Louis M. Sebert. LETTERS FROM THE 49TH PARALLEL, 1857-1873: SELECTED CORRESPONDENCE OF JOSEPH HARRIS AND SAMUEL ANDERSON.
Champlain Society, Toronto, 2000, one of an edition of 820 copies - unnumbered. 
477 pp, large 8vo (9 1/4" H), hard cover (bright red cloth with gold lettering and emblem on spine - no dust jacket. B&w photos, maps, figures. Selected letters of Joseph Harris (serving the U.S. government) and Samuel Anderson (serving the British government) during the Boundary Survey from Point Roberts to the Rockies (1857-62) and from the Lake of the Woods to the Rockies (1872-74). Interior - two tiny corner creases, tiny crease at top edge of pages 290-360, otherwise clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - two tiny faint marks on fore-edge of textblock. NF 
Price: 75.00 USD
Willowdale, Ontario Hounslow Press 1989 0888821182 / 9780888821188 First Edition Hard Cover Fine Very Good+ Gerard Williams. 
177 pp, 9 1/4" H. B&w drawings by Gerard Williams, plus b&w photographs, maps. "(B)orn on April 30, 1906, (Ernest Hartling) grew up in his grandparents' house, overlooking Spanish Ship Bay, Nova Scotia. Entranced by the sight of the billowing white sails of Grandfather's schooner, he embarked on a lifelong fascination with ships and the sea. As a small boy, when he was allowed to steer his father's ship, he knew he was born to be a sailor. In this book, (he) takes us on a voyage through a life crammed with adventure, colour, and excitement: his eyewitness account of the Great Halifax Explosion; crossing the Atlantic at the age of twelve as an ordinary seaman; striking out alone at fourteen in pursuit of his dream of a seafaring life; but that is just the beginning. He sailed the high seas on numerous ships to countless ports and, while still very young, became master of a ship. In Halifax, during the Second World War, Ernest took on the dangerous job of harbour pilot, guiding convoys safely out to sea. Relishing the challenge, he remained a pilot for twenty-nine years. Illuminating every page is the character of Ernest Hartling, who retired after more than fifty years at sea, only to return to it as master of the 'Bluenose II' - the crowning achievement of his life." Dust jacket has minor rubbing - mainly on rear panel. 
Price: 25.00 USD
THE NATIONAL CENTURY:  A HISTORY OF THE NATIONAL CLUB 1874 TO 1974., Hawkes, D.F.  Introduction by W. Grant Ross.
118 Hawkes, D.F. Introduction by W. Grant Ross. THE NATIONAL CENTURY: A HISTORY OF THE NATIONAL CLUB 1874 TO 1974.
The National Club, Toronto, 1974. 
93 pp, oblong small 8vo (7 3/4" H x 9 7/16" D), hard cover with pictorial front board - no dust jacket. Profusely illustrated in colour and b&w with photographs and reproductions. A Centennial history of the National Club, Toronto, Ontario. Contents: Introduction; The First Roster; Canada First; The Temper of the Times; From Sea to Sea; A Home of Our Own; Was It Worth It?; Toronto the Great; The Art of Keeping a Low Profile; Fifty Years Young; Getting ready to be One Hundred; "National Club Has Centennial"; The Past Presidents; Present or Accounted For. Light wrinkling on rear pastedown, minor edge wear and minor soiling. Very Good 
Price: 20.00 USD
GALLIPOLI 1915:  FRONTAL ASSAULT ON TURKEY.  OSPREY MILITARY CAMPAIGN SERIES 8., Haythornthwaite, Philip J..  General editor David G. Chandler.
119 Haythornthwaite, Philip J.. General editor David G. Chandler. GALLIPOLI 1915: FRONTAL ASSAULT ON TURKEY. OSPREY MILITARY CAMPAIGN SERIES 8.
(Osprey, London, 1991). 
96 pp, large 8vo (9 3/4" H), soft cover. Profusely illustrated in b&w and color with photos, maps, battle plans, drawings. "The Gallipoli expedition of 1915, the brainchild of Winston Churchill, was designed to knock the Turkish Empire out of the First World War and open a supply route to Russia. This campaign was characterised by the most outstanding courage and determination on both sides. (The author) describes in detail the planning of the attack and the course of events including the bombardment of the Turkish forts and the landings at Suvla Bay and ANZAC cove." "The Osprey Campaign Series presents concise, authoritative accounts of the great conflicts of history. Each volume begins with an assessment of each commander's campa ign strategy, then recounts the progress of the fighting, blow-by-blow. More than 90 illustrations, including maps, charts and colour plates accompany the text, and a series of three-dimensional battle maps mark the critical stages of the campaign. Each volume concludes with a brief guide to the battlefield today, and detailed notes for wargamers." Interior - faint cigarette odor, otherwise clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - slight yellowing to covers and edges of textblock, small light stain on top of textblock, flat uncreased spine. VG 
Price: 15.00 USD
Toronto S.B. Gundy 1924 First Canadian Edition. Hard Cover Good+ No Jacket Arthur Heming. 
324 pp, 7 3/4" H. 14 colour plates, including frontispiece (collated). "(I) travelled twenty-three times through various parts of the vast northern woods, between Maine and Alaska, and covered thousands upon thousands of miles by canoe, pack-train, snowshoes, bateau, dog-train, buck-board, timber-raft, prairie-schooner, lumber-wagon, and 'alligator'. (B)ack again I went at all seasons of the year to encamp in that great timber-land that sweeps from the Atlantic to the Pacific. thus it has taken me thirty-three years to gather the information this volume contains - (but) I wish to explain that in compliance with the wishes of the leading actors - who actually lived their parts of this story - fictitious names have been given to the principal characters and to the principal trading posts, lakes, and rivers herein depicted. Furthermore, in order to give the reader a more interesting, complete, and faithful description of the daily and the yearly life of the forest dwellers as I have observed it, I have taken the liberty of weaving together the more interesting facts I have gathered - both first- and second-hand - into one continuous narrative as though it all happened in a single year. And in order to retain all the primitive local colour, the unique costumes, and the fascinating romance of the fur-trade days as I witnessed them in my twenties - though much of the life has already passed away - the scene is set to represent a certain year in the early (1890s)." Separation between some page gatherings (mainly at illustration locations) - pages are firm in binding, very slight bump at top corner of boards, wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, minor shelf soiling on bottom of text block, three very small stains on top of text block, minor rubbing on boards. Book is protected in a stiff mylar sleeve. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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