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SKU: 300745|~CSV~|Emslie, Anne|~CSV~|The Owl House|~CSV~||~CSV~|Viking Penguin Books|~CSV~||~CSV~|1991|~CSV~|The Owl-House has become a popular off-the-beaten-track stop-over since attaining national monument status. Helen Martins, during the 1950s radically altered the interior of the house and transformed the yard into a sculpture garden - a testimony to her vision. Numerous colour and black & white photographs. 102 Pages. 1st Edition. Condition: Very good. Dust jacket: Very good. Some mild sunning to the edges. Binding: Hardcover. Tan boards with mild edge-wear. |~CSV~||~CSV~|450|~CSV~|Art & Architecture (South African)|~CSV~||~CSV~|a|~CSV~|Art & Architecture (South African)|~CSV~||~CSV~|1000|~CSV~|Johannesburg|~CSV~|Hardcover. Tan boards with mild edge-wear.|~CSV~|Book|~CSV~|Very good|~CSV~||~CSV~||~CSV~|Quarto. 30.5cm x 22.5cm x 1.5cm|~CSV~|Y|~CSV~|1st Edition|~CSV~|Y|~CSV~|Zetisky, Roy (Photographer)|~CSV~|Very good. Some mild sunning to the edges.|~CSV~|N|~CSV~||~CSV~|

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Weight 1400 g