Description:Fair. B0000EFUX0 1953 Funk & Wagnalls Company, 3rd Edition, 2nd...Fair. B0000EFUX0 1953 Funk & Wagnalls Company, 3rd Edition, 2nd Revision, Revised and Enlarged. This hardcover copy, rebound in a reinforced library-style binding, has the typical ex-library markings, stamps, and index card holder to the spine and endpapers; otherwise this book is in good reading condition. The text is unmarked and the binding is sturdy. The sale of this item benefits the Wichita Public Library. 100% customer satisfaction guaranteed. We process and ship orders daily, securely and with delivery confirmation. Due to the heavy and/or oversized nature of this item, International Shipping is not available.
Description:b&w photo & illus. Fair+/ No Dj. 229, Tan and black textured...b&w photo & illus. Fair+/ No Dj. 229, Tan and black textured cloth spine with silver title. Slight shelf wear to boards. Some water damage and stains to back board and interior.
Description:Good+ in Good jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. 465+72 pp. Original...Good+ in Good jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. 465+72 pp. Original blue cloth covers w/ black cloth spine. Binding lightly soiled. Light scattered foxing. DJ moderately soiled and rubbed w/ short closed tears to edges. Approx. 1/2" wide x 1/4" long piece missing from top of spine. Mild chipping to corners and spine ends. Spine a bit sunned. Illust. w/ numerous b/w photos.
Description:Fine. No Dustjacket. Hardcover. Quarto. A treatise on...Fine. No Dustjacket. Hardcover. Quarto. A treatise on handloading for pleasure, economy, and utility. Divided into two parts-xiv, 463pp and a Supplement-viii, 264pp. Both sections well illustrated. Interior is very bright and clae, after many years still fresh. Binding is tight and square. Two-tone cloth with silver titles is very bright and shows no wear. A heavy book weighing 1.669kg, or, 3lb 11oz prior to packing.
Description:Very Good with no dust jacket. Slight staining to cover. Water...Very Good with no dust jacket. Slight staining to cover. Water stain to page edges and pink staining to top of pages. Pencil notes to inner front board. Binding tight, inner pages unmarked. Silver spine, cover titles bright. Contents include: B&W Photos, Problems of the Handloader, Case Inspections, Primers, Casting Bullets.
Description:Very Good with no dust jacket. Xiv, 465 & 72 pages,...Very Good with no dust jacket. Xiv, 465 & 72 pages, approximately 400 illus. & diagrams, tables, cloth. Inscribed by the author: "Keep Shooting, Phil Sharpe". From the library of Admiral Henry Sturgis Morgan (great grandson of J. P. Morgan) and with his signature. From the Gettysburg time obituary of Jan. 25, 1961: "Philip Burdette Sharpe, 57, internationally known ballistics expert and author, was a veteran of World War II having served as a Captain in Army Ordnance, and since the war had lived near Emmitsburg where he imported custom made rifles from Denmark, did ballistics testing work and wrote technical works and fiction. ~ He was also vice-president of the Outdoor Writers Association. Until recently he was a staff writer for the National Rifle Association in which he held a life membership. He was also a member of the Campfire Club of America. Most of his writing on been on ballistics and other technical subjects, but he also had done some fiction writing. He conducted a business as an importer of rifles from Denmark, guns that had been designed to his specifications for cartridges developed by his own firm of Sharpe and Hart."; 465 pages; Signed by Author.
Description:Very Good- in Poor to Fair jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall....Very Good- in Poor to Fair jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. Inscribed & Signed by Author 466 pp. Original blue paper covered boards w/ black spine. Light rubbing to corners and spine ends. Light scattered foxing. INSCRIBED AND SIGNED BY PHILIP SHARPE ON FRONT BLANK ENDPAPER. Previous owner's name, address, and phone number in ink on front blank endpaper. Approx. 1" closed tear to top of title page at hinge. DJ lightly soiled and rubbed w/ few closed tears, and several small chips, to edges. Front flap and part of front panel detached, but present. Illust. w/ b/w photos.
Description:Very Good. Very Good++ hardback. Extra clean, very lightly read...Very Good. Very Good++ hardback. Extra clean, very lightly read, no writings, markings or tears. 1953 Third Edition, Second Revision. Privately owned and well cared for. PICTURES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST. Booksbyjeanice has been selling books since 2000 and takes excellent care of their customers!
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