Fair. No dust jacket. Highlighting/underlining. Signed by previous owner. Fair minus, Structurally intact, but loose, pages show pecil marking and age discoloration, cover shows much wear and scuffing, yet is fully intact. Still fully readable. 665 p. front., illustrated, includes plates, maps, index
Good. No DJ. Octavo, hardcover, good old student text from early 1900's. Penciled notes on endpapers. 665 pp. Many drawings and illustrations throughout. Comprehensive ancient history covering pre-history, the Orient, Asia, the Greeks, Europe, the city states, Persia, empires, Rome, Revolutions, etc. A real primer for one who wishes to be cultured in this field.
(VG-/ None) Book is Very Good-: Corners & edges rubed. 1st editionGreen cloth HB No DJ 665 incl index Top back corner has been bent butnot very noticeable, quite clean & tight on good not yellowed paper, nounderlining. Described to clarify the AB rating FO name (in pencil) onfep. (c) 1913, By D.C. Heath & Co.
Fair. 8vo. Cover is soiled, faded, edges wears, bent /weak corners, scuffed, chipped, writing on side of the front/back end board, foxing. Pgs. tight, foxing, writing throughout pencil and ink, and permanent marker, wrinkled page, rip on # 218 and hole on # 527.
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