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Old August 30th, 2018, 01:00 PM   #36
Kay Dee
Join Date: Nov 2014
Posts: 27

Thanks Chuck (and Filberto) for your comments.

I did / have subsequently discovered that I had ordered it, and unknowingly, the 1990 revised edition to boot, which states "........This revised edition of the most detailed analysis of the Afghanistan rug production ever published is a consequence of the civil war and the resultant changes within that country's carpet industry. The author provides a new introduction and two additional chapters dealing with the huge refugee problem and consequent changes in carpet production. Forty supplementary colour plates illustrates and enhance new material which, combined with the original text and illustrations guide the keen collector and first-time buyer through a labyrinth of fascinating choices. ' (Information taken from inside cover of dust jacket)"

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