Very Good in fair jacket. 202 pp. corners lightly bumped, dust jacket has edge wear, tears, chips. The astounding and altogether fascinating history of a cloth whose derivation has been traced with certainty back through the Middle Ages and then dimly but ultimately to a hill on Calvary. The cloth is said to be the burial shroud of Jesus Christ. John Walsh tells its story in taut reportorial style, presenting the facts as he found them and allowing the reader to make up their own mind. Illustrated with b&w photos.
Fine in very good dust jacket. Clean, square, tight, good corners. Unmarked, no previous owner names. Unclipped jacket unfaded, shows very light chipping at spine extremities, light rubbing at top edge. xiv, 202 p. : illus., ports.; 22 cm. Illus: photographs, portraits. Bibliography. Endnotes, sources. Fine unmarked First/First in near-fine unclipped jacket. The result of 4 years of study, this is the authoritative and well-told history and report on the Shroud of Turin. LCCN 63-16850.
Good. No dust jacket. Ex-library. structurally intact, slight yellowing to pages, minimal soil and/or wear, library system withdrawn with typical markings and pocket. 202 pages. Includes: Illustrations, Portraits. An authoritative and dramatic account of the most remarkable relic in the Christian world-the Shroud of Turin, thought to be the burial shroud of Jesus Christ. Includes bibliographical references.
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