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Rubaijat Des Omar Chajjam

Kahyyam, Omar

Editorial: G.D. Gribble und Erschienen, Leipzig, 1907
Usado Condición Good Hardcover
Librería: Halper's Books (Tel Aviv, Israel) Cantidad: 1
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German, slight chipping on edge of front board, foxing on pages, tight binding, good copy. N° de ref. de la librería MDE 006 m


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Título: Rubaijat Des Omar Chajjam

Editorial: G.D. Gribble und Erschienen, Leipzig

Año de publicación: 1907

Encuadernación: Hardcover

Condición del libro: Good

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Descripción de la librería: Halper's is widely acknowledged as Israel's foremost English language bookshop. Our wide selection reflects the uniqueness of this region's recent history, from the Ottomon Period, through the British Mandate, up to modern Israel as well as the region's diverse ethnicities. One can find rare books in most European languages as well as Hebrew, Arabic, Persian, and Yiddish. In addition, much paper ephemera has accummulated alongside the regular book stock. We welcome all inquiries and pride ourselves in our prompt customer service. Halper's is open every day from 09:00 to 19:00, Sunday through Friday. We are closed on Saturdays, and close at 15:00 on Fridays. We welcome browsers, and are located in downtown Tel Aviv's commercial/financial district.