1956 vintage book "The Ninth Wave"/Decor/Accent Piece or Gift!

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Made in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

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1956 book titled "The Ninth Wave" by Burdick. I love the color of this book and it would liven up any desk or shelf for your home decor! I used a pretty flowered ribbon that is able to slip on and off if you would like to read the book. You could stack on top of other books or use as a stand alone piece.

It measures just about 8.5"x5.5"x1.5".

It would make a great gift for that vintage collector in your life or in your own home as a unique accent!

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