London: Tiffany & Co, 1970. Paperback. Unpaginated, display of over one hundred "plates", i.e. buckles with caption descriptions, b&w exhibit photography on glossy coated paper, softbound in 8x6 inch decorated wraps; slightly edgeworn but very good exterior, clean within and marked only with a bookseller's unerasable pencilling; but the leaf on which items 163/4 are shown has a long scoreline, a cut that does not quite cut through, probably an accident. All together, a good copy. Find some Coca Cola buckles, and a sliding buckle featuring a nun in habit: when slid, the habit disappears. (Inventory #: 230346)
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