The Birds with 1 pressbook
Lot 2357
The Birds
Sold for US$ 1,075 inc. premium
Auction Details
Lot Details
The Birds
Universal, 1963, one-sheet, condition B, folded; with 42-page Pressbook.
41 x 27in
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