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Three cheers for civilization / Peter Lyssiotis
Bib ID 443533
Format BookBook [text, still image, volume]
Author
Lyssiotis, Peter, author
 
Description Prahran, Vic. : Champion Books, 1985 
46 unnumbered leaves of plates : chiefly colour illustrations, 1 colour map, 1 colour portrait ; 26 cm 
ISBN 0908483082
0908483062
Invalid ISBN 0908483062
Notes

Also issued in deluxe edition of 50 copies produced in hardcover.

Library's SR copy is the deluxe edition (unnumbered) with a loose photo, both the copy and photo signed by the author. N copy is the standard edition.

Subjects Lyssiotis, Peter - Pictorial works.  |  Photography, Artistic.  |  Photographers - Australia.  |  Australian

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    Nq 779.0924 L995
    Copy: N pbk
    Main Reading Room (Australian Collection)
    SRq 17
    Copy: SR hbk
    Petherick Reading Room (Australian Rare or Fragile)

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