Fair in good dust jacket. Jacket Taped To Book. vii, 278 p. illus. 22 cm. "Tell[s] of the wild creatures and native tribes...encountered during twelve months of wandering among the mountains and lakes of Tanganyika territory. "-Author's note.
Very Good. Good DJ. First Edition Stated, D-W. HB with DJ, Harper & Brothers Publishers, New York, 1947, stated First Edition, D-W, Indexed. Tan cloth on boards is showing light shelf wear, bright DJ has a small tear to top front corner, maps of the Tanganyika Territory for end papers, contents are clean and very tight. Very Good in Good DJ.
Very Good in poor jkt. jacket. Stated first edition, 278 pages, index, map endpapers, beige cloth over boards with gilt spine title on black field, illustrated dustjacket in mylar cover. Jacket edgeworn and chipped, spine darkened and ends tattered, rear white panel age toned and soiled, small closed tears. An account of travel in Africa by then Curator of Reptiles and Amphibians at Harvard's Museum of Comparative Zoology. "With an eye always for the comical aspect, the endearing human foible as well as for the rare specimen, Loveridge has written a heart-warming and fascinating story of the strange encounters with which Africa beguiles her visitors."
8vo. Tan cloth, pictorial dust jacket. viii, 278pp. Frontispiece, map endpapers. Good plus/very good. Minor edgewear. First edition of the noted zoologist's tales of travels through Tanganyika Territory.
Good in good dust jacket. 1951. 303 pages. Pictorial dust-jacket over green cloth boards with decorative gilt. Presumed first edition. Good bright pages. Mild foxing to the endpapers and to the pages throughout. Many images throughout. Minor edge wear with corner bumping and scuffing. Good boards with minimal wear. Boards slightly warped. Bright gilt. Unclipped dust-jacket. Large chips missing from edges and corners. Rubbing to the jacket. World of Rare Books Item ref. 1453204881CEB (Use this ID when enquiring about this item. )
Fine in Fine jacket. 278 pages First American edition, first printing. An account of the author's adventures with wild animals and African tribes during two safaris in the Tanganyika Territory. Fine book in a near fine dust jacket with the spine very slightly toned. Price clipped. A beautiful copy!
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