Good in Good dust jacket. Historical Outline of the development and design of English hand firearms from the 17th century to the present day. This is a hard cover book with green cloth covered boards. Silver titling on spine. Includes b/w photographs and illustrations. This volume is an ex-library book with expected markings and wear. FFEP may be missing, library card pocket may be attached, spine may have library markings. Professional book dealer since 1975. All orders are processed promptly and packaged with the utmost care. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Good. No dust jacket. Text clean: no highlighting, underlining, or marginalia. Previous owner's name on front FEP. Back flap from dust jacket laid in. Boards clean and just slightly rubbed at extremities. Rough-cut pages very yellowed. 256 p. 25 cm.
Near Fine. Overall a very clean copy, inside and out. Solid binding. Page edge gold glit in perfect condition and binding as if unread. Detailed overview of the craftsmanship English pistols and revolvers, fasinating read. Special printing for the Firearms Classics Library.
Near Fine. No Dj. 4to-over 9¾"-12" Tall. Red inset label on front cover with gilt lettering, also on spine. Preliminary pages, 257 pp with extensive plates. Clean, tight, unmarked copy. January, 1938 on copyright page.
Near Fine. Book. 8vo-over 7¾-9¾" tall. 256 pp. Genuine leather, red with gold accents. Moire fabric end sheets. Gilded page ends, small scratch on bottom. Satin ribbon place marker. B&W photographs and illustrations. Special edition in The Firearms Classics Library. Heavy, may need additional postage.
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