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Very Good hardcover in pale grey cloth boards. NO Dustjacket. Normal aging and exterior wear, including some sun fading to the spine. Light yellowing to the page-ends. Otherwise, pages, and text are clean and bright. Overall, an attracitve copy. 292 pp.
Fine. 292 pages. First edition, second Printing. Grey cloth binding with blue lettering on spine and printed photos. The 1945 printing was in tan cloth with photos tipped. Very near fine, with light bumping to spine tips, a trace of shelfwear, some faint foxing to page edges, owner name. Lacking the dustjacket.
Dust Jacket Included. FIrst edition, second state. Cloth, 8vo, 292 pp. Boards edgeworn including light fraying at extremities, some light scuffing, spine slightly cocked and faded, top edge soiled, small stain to fore-edge, previous owner name on ffep, otherwise unmarked. Jacket rubbed and edgeworn with numous small chips and tears and a few small stains.
First Edition. No DJ. Likely a first edition as the photos are bound in on glossy paper. Lacking DJ. Boards are sunned on spine. Light dampstaining to front board. Light underlining in pencil to a few pages.
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