Good. Octavo. Cloth Hardcover, 1962. Ex-library with the usual treatments. Reprint of work originally published in 1913 by G. Bell & Sons Ltd. Blue cloth with gold lettering on spine, rough-trimmed fore-edge, vii + (2) + 308 pp. Covers are rubbed, with 2 light rings on front cover; spine extremes are wrinkled, but intact; corners are sharp, showing light wear; cover edges are sharp and straight. Joints and internal hinges intact. Binding and textblock secure. Text itself is free of readers' markings. Offered by the Antiquarian, Rare, and Collectible department of Better World Books. Your purchase benefits global literacy programs. 100% satisfaction guaranteed.
CL2-A reissued ex-library hardcover book in very good condition that is mylar protected and have the inside flaps of the mylar adhered to the fixed endpapers, library markings (labels, stamping, cardholder, etc. ), some marked out info and stains, glue stains, chipping and scuffing on the back free endpaper, light tanning and shelf wear with no dust jacket. 8.75"x6", 308 pages. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Hard Cover Good. Poor Dustjacket. Book Binding tight. Text very good. No notes, underlining, highlighting. Glue stain from bookplate on front paste-down. Dustjacket worn, spine missing, edges torn and pieces missing. Discolored as with age. Corners bumped.
Fair. No Dustjacket. 1913. 308 pages. No dust jacket. Blue cloth boards with gilt lettering. B&W photographs. Moderate foxing and tanning present. Ownership plate to ffep. Some internal hinge cracking. Pages are clear and legible although mildly yellowed throughout. Binding has weakened due to hinge cracking. Moderate edge wear, scuffing and soiling present with tanning, splitting and crushing to spine. Bumped and worn corners. Boards slightly out of shape.
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