Acceptable. No DJ. First Edition. No DJ. Glendale, CA, Arthur H. Clark Co., 1940. Blue boards, gilt edge to top. Ex-library with usual markings attachments, and usage. There's no way around it-this title was handled roughly at some point, likely packed loose in a pallet. The binding and book are bowed, as only books handled in this way can be. The interior is pristine, including foldout maps.
Very Good. Octavo, 326 pp., Nine maps and charts. Bibliography, index. Limited to 1, 018 copies. Removed from Library of American Research Stamp on front free end paper and bottom of title page. NMHC13.
Near fine lacking a dust jacket. Dark blue cloth with gilt lettering on the spine and top edge of pages gilt. Minor wear to cloth, and the spine is just slightly dimpled. First four pages show trace of binder's glue at the foredge. Loer rear corner just slightly bumped. Includes nine maps and charts, bibliography, and an index; 326 pages. Some pages at the rear are uncut; no names or other markings in the book.
Very Good. No Jacket. 6 1/2 x 9 1/2. 326 pages, w/map and chart illustrations (9). Black cloth exterior w/title (faint-but clear) on spine. Gilt top edge. Interior is unmarked, tight and clean. Bibliography and Index. A paraphrase of the Alvar Nunez (Cabeza De Vaca) account of the journey across North American.
1940, 1st edition, fine condition, blue cloth binding, faint bump to binding edge, not issued waith dust jacket, published by The Arthur H. Clark Company, Glendale, 326 pages. The Journey of Cabaza De Vaca covering more than 3, 000 miles across the North Americana Continent from Florida to the Pacific this is the possible route through the present states of Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and Northern Mexico. Illustrated with nine maps. Clark/Brunet #126.
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