Good. No dust jacket. Bookplate: SansDieu Rien FIELD (brown ink w/crest). Front endpaper pencil notes. 268p. p. Includes index. Maroon cloth covered boards. Gold titles. 5x7.5in. Historic Period: Greatest splendor of the Roman Empire to beginning of Middle Ages. Introduction: Suggestions to Teachers. Chronological Table. Color and B&W maps. Index. Publisher ads. Charlemagne; Franks; Mohammedans; Visigoths; Burgundians; Feudal; more.
Fair. in No jacket. Hardcover, published in 1899, with general wear to textured maroon cloth cover, including erosion of the title wording (in gold) on the front, several discolored spots, edge fraying; very limited pencil markings thruout, otherwise text pages are crisp and clean; illustrated with several maps; a structurally sound copy of this 268-pg. hardcover (includes Chronological Table and Index); published by Ginn & Company, 1899 (see picture of my book within this description)
Good. No dust jacket. 1888. 268 pages. No dust jacket. Maroon cloth board with golden lettering. Netting is visible between pp. 14 and 15, but binding is firm, no loose pages. Text is clean, text block edges tanned. Boards are lightly rubbed, front board marked, corners and spine ends a bit bumped. World of Rare Books Item ref. 1442863156LCR (Use this ID when enquiring about this item. )
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