Very Good. Leather bound edition wich was privately printed for the members of The Firearms Classics Library. The interior is tight, the book appears unread; no markings to any interior pages. Gold moire endpapers, gold on all edges. The book has tan leather covers with gilt trim, four bands and gold type on spine. Due to improper storage, dampness caused this book to stick to adjacent books, so the leather pulled from the boards in several places when the books were separated (this condition shows very little on the spine, but front board especially is affected. Scan upon request. Overall the book is Very Fine to interior; good only to dovers due to leather condition. Overall, near Very Good.; 451 pages.
Very Good. The pages are in excellent condition no writing or highlighting. The page edges are goldleaf and the top page edges have some scuffing but not too bad. The covers are in excellent condition. The spine is in very nice condition with the exception of a little bit of rubbing at the top. 19.
Georgetown, South Carolina. Small-Arms Technical Publishing Company. 1951. 8vo. (8 x 6). 567 pp. plus ads. Black and white photos. Text drawings. The book is bound in beige cloth with brown titles on the spine and front cover. Previous owner's small name labels and inked name on front pastedowns, otherwise very good.
Georgetown, South Carolina. Small-Arms Technical Publishing Company. 1951. 8vo. (8 ½ x 6). 567 pp. plus ads. Black and white photos. Text drawings. The book is bound in mustard yellow cloth with brown titles. Pictorial dust jacket. A nice book. Very good (small name tag on front paste down) in a very good, bright dust jacket.
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