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The Eiffel Tower: Symbol of an Age.
by [French Architecture] Harriss, Joseph.

Publisher Information:
Elek Books, London: 1976.

A Fine tight copy in a Near Fine price clipped dust jacket with no chips, tears or stains. Harriss has written the complete account of the planning, the politics, and the construction of the famous tower as well as the career of the man behind the structure--Gustave Eiffel the man who gave us The Statue of Liberty. Complete with 224 black and white illustrations and photographs that document the tower's design, construction, and social impact.


Edition: First Printing of the First UK Edition
ISBN: 0236400363
Book Id: 22976

Price: $95.00

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