Penans: The Vanishing Nomads of Borneo


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    First Edition. Inscribed by Author

    29cm x 22cm. 99 pages. Blue cloth, gilt lettering.

    A Sarawakian photographic record taken between 1968 and 1987 of the jungle nomads of Borneo, the Penans. Inscribed by Dennis Lau to Paul Ehrlich, American biologist and author of The Population Bomb, dated April 2nd 1998.

    . Near Fine Condition.

    $100.00 AUD

    1 in stock

    SKU: 0001380 Categories: , , , , ,

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    Dennis Lau: Penans: The Vanishing Nomads of Borneo
    Inter-State Publishing, Sabah, 1987. First Edition. Inscribed by Author. Binding: Hardcover. Book Condition: Near Fine Condition. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Very minor soiling to edges. Minor wear to spine and board edges. Dust Jacket worn at edges, minor chips and tears. Small Sticker residue mark to top right corner of jacket front panel. 29cm x 22cm. 99 pages. Blue cloth, gilt lettering. A Sarawakian photographic record taken between 1968 and 1987 of the jungle nomads of Borneo, the Penans. Inscribed by Dennis Lau to Paul Ehrlich, American biologist and author of The Population Bomb, dated April 2nd 1998. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: .67 kilos. ISBN: 9839580000. ISBN/EAN: 9789839580006. Inventory No: 0001380.
    PRICE: $AU 100

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