Good. This is a solid, straight book with clean though tanned text pages and firm hinges. It is the story of NCR, founded in Dayton, Ohio. It contains a nice frontispiece of NCR founder John Patterson, as well as many photographs of historical interest (for instance, a new cash register being used in 1940s New Guinea). The corners and spine ends of the red binding are bumped and the binding is rubbed. No dust jacket.
Very Good in Good jacket. Book and dust jacket are tight and clean. Book has minimal bumping, rubbing, soiling and the dust jacket, in mylar, has bumping, rubbing, soiling, and chipping and closed tears with creasing at corners, edges, and head/heel of spine chipped-half inch missing at head; two half inch chips at front bottom-shelfwear.
Good+ No Dust Jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. (Wherever Men Trade), (The Romance of the Cash Register), (Dedicated to the Memory of John H. Patterson), (1945 Hardcover Edition), (Manufactured Under Wartime Conditions), very minor cover spotting, minor cover wear, minor cover edge bump, blank front endpaper corner clipped, back pastedown corner clipped, pages tanned and clean, viii, 263 pp. --(Includes: Index, pp. 259-263)--[K4]
Marcosson, Isaac F., Dodd, Mead & Co., 1945, c1945, 1st Edition, gilt decorated cloth w/gilt titles, name on ffep & dj flap o/w vg w/chipped & spine faded dj (large tear on fold), 263 pp w/index, B & W photographic illus., 8vo, 'The Romance of the Cash Re.
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