Commodore Perry and the Opening of Japan by Ferdinand Kuhn, Landmark Book
Shelf-wear. Fraying at corners. Front board is separated from spine at the top 3 inches but still completely connected to cloth at hinge. Some book glue would fix it. Card holder and stamp in front. Clean pages. Tight binding.
Commodore Perry and the Opening of Japan by Ferdinand Kuhn, Landmark Book, Vintage 1955
History, Biography, Illustrated, Japanese
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