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Classics : The Best the World Has to Offer…

Classics : The Best the World Has to Offer

by Mon Muellerschoen

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"This staggering array of products shows that perfection is forever," trumpets the cover of Classics. Sometimes there is truth in hype. Some of the products pictured herein have toiled along in high-quality semi-obscurity for years, like Lucchese boots and Schuco toy cars; others, like Levis jeans, Coca-Cola, Heinz ketchup, and Swiss Army knives, have become synonymous with the generic noun they exemplify. This quality collector's book is a lovingly detailed chronicle of how the best came to be.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:20:07 -0400)

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