Copy is good, With jacket, hardcover Binding is solid and tight, Jacket has some mild edge wear and tear, Pages are unmarked and clean, We take great pride in accurately describing the condition of our books, ship within 48 hours and offer a 100% money back guarantee.
Good in Good jacket. 8.5"x11" blue cover with black ltg on spine in a blue, pictorial dustjacket. ex-library markings. copyrighted 1932, but is a later reprint. Illustrated with 300 photos and 32 pages of detailed drawings. 213 pages. a comprehensive study in the form of photographs and detailed drawings, mostly domestic, which show the influence of succesive Dutch, Swedish, and English colonization on the first of these United States. Ex-library.
Very good. Hardcover. Dust Jacket: Moderate wear, a few small tears. Minor discoloration, good condition. Cover: Excellent. Text: Name on first page, minor discoloration. Clean inner text. Binding: Tight binding. ** WE SHIP DAILY (Mon-Fri) ** Free Tracking Information.
VG+ in VG+ jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. Light blue cloth, letterd in black. Cloth is lightly foxed on both covers, otherwise light shelf wear. Light foxing to text block edges, to first several leaves (through intro. /fwd. pages), and to final several leaves, otherwise clean. 213 pp., illus. w/ 300 b&w photographs, 32 pp. measured line drawings. This edition shows no publication date; originally issued 1932. Dust jacket shows modest shelf wear, small area of dampstaining at head of spine, now in mylar.
300 Photos and 32 Pages of Ddrawings. Very Good in Very Good jacket. 4 vo. First Edition, Thus; Introduction and text by Joseph L. Copeland, Reprint of 1932 original; 213 clean, unmarked pages; dj w/small piece missing, lite wear; ownr's name.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. 4to-over 9"-12" Tall. A clean and unmarked copy. Full blue cloth binding. 213pp. Photos throughout. Dust jacket is rubbed and shelf scuffed, chipped at spine heel. New mylar cover.
4to. cloth. 213 pages. Introduction and Text by Joseph L. Copeland. SEE B1-4475. Reprint of the first edition of 1932. Introduction and Text by Joseph L. Copeland. A study of the architecture of Delaware between 1640 and 1840. With photographs and detailed drawings of individual buildings. Covers show some spotting. Flaps of jacket loosely inserted. Ink inscription on inside pastedown.
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