Very Good. B0006F7FY8 Packaged carefully to protect the corners...1995 full leatherbound, VG+, handsome tan leather with perfect gilt decor & lettering, raised bands on spine, moire endpapers, no markings, some rubbing to gilt on top edge of textblock-otherwise Like New.
Acceptable. 1967 Hardcover 3rd illus., ports. 340 p. Shows definite wear, and perhaps considerable marking on inside. Shipped to over one million happy customers. Your purchase benefits world literacy!
NF. No Dust Jacket as Issued. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Hardback book bound in black genuine pigskin Saderra leather with gilt decorations front and back, gilt title on the spine, silk end pages, silk ribbon marker and all edge gilt. No defects to note on the book as it appears to be unread. This special edition has been privately printed for members of The Firearms Classics Library. Renown hunter Elmer Keith talks shotguns in detail. Numerous black and white photos. 307 pages.
Very Good. No Jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. This Special Edition Has been Privately Printed For The Members Of The Firearms Classics Library. 307pp. Illustrated. 8vo. Brown pigskin Saderra leather, Himalaya grain. Endleaves are 300-denier silk moire. Edges are gilded and spines are brass-die stamped in 22-karat gold. Cover stampings and design of the edition by Selma Ordewer. As new.
Good + No Jacket As Issued. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. 307pp. Privately printed as part of The Firearms Classics Library Series, for The National Rifle Association. Full premium light brown leather binding, gilded page edges, hubbed spine with printing and cover design in 22 kt. gold. Pages are clean. Text block is pulling away from boards from reading but pages are still secure. Light bumping to lower corners, gilt to outer page edges is scuffed. Leather appears untouched, silk bookmark. Nice reading copy of this scarce edition.
Very good. Clean and solid as new, gilt edges, covers, ribbon marker, all in excellent condition. 307 p. Originally published in 1944, this special edition was privately printed for members of the Firearms Classics Library. Film was prepared from an original 1944 edition. The binding is of genuine pigskin, furnished by the Cromwell Leather Co. Endleaves are 300-denier silk moire. Edges are gilded and spines are brass-die stamped in 22-karat gold. Cover stampings and design of the edition by Selma Ordewer.
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