Origami: The Art of Paper Folding

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HarperPerennial, 1992 - Origami. - 186 pages
The phenomenal bestselling classic that brought the ancient art of Japanese paperfolding to the U.S. explains the history and the universal symbol system used in origami texts and presents basic folds and models, with precise illustrated instructions for 44 models, from hats and caps to birds and people. Line drawings.

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Robert Harbin was a prominent stage magician and popularized origami through books and television programs .

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