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Ben Kinmont
Ben Kinmont
Artists' Books
12.5 × 18 cm
32 pages
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An account of Ben Kinmont’s store in Sebastopol where he conducted business until the Spring of 2016. The title is from the sign on the door. Chances were that there was usually someone on the premises.

Staple-bound, color interior. Edition of 500.

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