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Charleston Blacksmith: Philip Simmons

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Charleston Blacksmith: Philip Simmons
Charleston Blacksmith: Philip Simmons
Charleston Blacksmith: Philip Simmons
Charleston Blacksmith: Philip Simmons
Charleston Blacksmith: Philip Simmons
Charleston Blacksmith: Philip Simmons

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1980s
Condition:
Very Good; trace of shelf wear to cover
Materials:
paper
Size:
9" L x 8" W x 0.3" H
Color/Finish:
red/black/white

Why We Love This

Charleston Blacksmith: The Work of Philip Simmons by John Michael Vlach. Columbia SC: University of South Carolina Press, 1992. First Revised Edition. 172 pages. Softcover. The work of Simmons lives on as some of the most intricate and beautiful.
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