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Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket. 9780821217757. This specific hardback book is in near fine condition with minimal wear and a hard board cover that has sharp edges and corners and a tight binding with some faint sun bleaching to the top of the cover. The pages are clean, crisp, unmarked and uncreased. The dust jacket is in near fine condition with only a bit of cover or edge wear and is also sun bleached. Due to the size and weight of this of book, additional postage may be required for priority or international shipments. We package all books in custom cardboard book boxes for shipment and ship daily with tracking numbers.; "This collection of black and white photographs is an exploration of the natural environment in the tradition of Sexton's mentor, Ansel Adams. This is Sexton's first book and presents 15 years of his work. Essays by James Alinder, Colin Fletcher and the photographer himself are included."; 13 X 11.90 X 0.80 inches; 128 pages.
Near Fine/Very Good. 12 x 13" Tall Photography NEAR FINE/VERY GOOD FIRST EDITION. Unclipped DJ has some very light creases. First free endpaper has slight fading on leading edge. Immaculate interior, 50 full page photographs, mostly of nature.
Second edition. Second Printing. Very good, owners inscription on front fly, covers slightly bowed, light fading of cloth on top cover edges, dime sized yellow stain on bottom corner of back cover, a few short scratch marks on bottom of dustwrappers front cover, else dustwrappers in fine condition.
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