Acceptable. 1973 Hardcover 1St Edition illus. Text in English. 119 p. Former Library book. Translation of Brug naarde zeven zeeen. Shows definite wear, and perhaps considerable marking on inside. Shipped to over one million happy customers. Your purchase benefits world literacy!
Very Good in Very Good Minus jacket. Oversize. The pictorial story of a century of ocean travel aboard Holland America ships. Edges worn, corners bumped. Bookplate front pastedown. Jacket chipped at head of spine. Binding tight, pages unmarked. Black & white and color illustrations.
Very Good, Very Good. 4TO, 119 pgs., Photos & Illus, Hardcover. Hardcover: Blue cloth binding with title self-impressed into frontboard. Title on spine in gold. Color illustrated endpapers. Double photo-montage illustrated 'Contents' page. The pictorial history of a century of ocean travel aboard the ships of the Holland America Line. This is a unique collaboration of two writers with the same name. Two writers from opposite sides of the world. Wonderful vintage photos. Nice tight binding. Jacket: Lightly wrinkled on lower spine and some soil. Attractive /desirable copy in protective mylar..
Large square format hardcover, dust jacket has a little minor edge wear & a few minor surface marks, otherwise the book and jacket are in near fine condition. A colorful history of the Cruise line, with lots of vintage photos and colorful promotional materials through the years. An interesting note: the two writers; one from Amsterdam and the late NY sportswriter, worked together, but were not related and had never met each other before the project.
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