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Holy Bible - Commemorative Edition of Pope John Paul II's Visit to PT
€60.00 $67.26 approx.
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Charity auction of a Holy bible - commemorative edition of Pope John Paul II's visit to Portugal, supports AMA - Associação Mafalda e Amigos.

The amount raised will be applied in the works of the pedagogical farm with day care of the AMA.

AMA - Associação Mafalda e Amigos is a non-profit organisation whose mission is to Cultivate Love!

A group of experienced professionals in the social sector, which meets for the purpose of creating an association to support families with children in early childhood (0-3 years). The group was asked to apply its experience and knowledge in terms of Social Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Social Sustainability to create an innovative, differentiated and sustainable response.

About the Holy Bible:
Illustrated with 127 reproductions of illuminations, of which 1 of the codex no. 38, of century XIII, of the Library Marciana of Venice; 42 from the Sens codex Bible, from the fourteenth century and from the Codex De Predis, Historia del Nuovo Testamento, from 1476, these two from the Royal Library of Turin.
The 8-color Printing was done by agreement and with the collaboration of Societá San Paolo - Roma / Turin.
Condition: Excellent
Portuguese language
Edition: 1st edition by Verbo - Year of publication: 1982
Size: 30 cm by 20 cm
Number of pages: 1456
Binding: Hardcover

Please note postage is not included as part of the final bid.

The method of payment is bank transfer. At the end of the auction the winner shall be served notice by email of the bank details. The payment must be made within forty-eight hours.

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