Good Condition in Fair jacket. 349 pages. Moderate discoloring and wear; name inside; a solid book. The jacket is heavily chipped and torn along the edges and spine; price intact. Dj says "A fascinating cross section of the situations that a trial judge meets in his work." Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Standard Weight. Category: Legal, Jurisprudence, Government; Inventory No: 126846.
Very Good. Edge wear and browning to the dustwrapper, but an apparently unused copy. Fast service! Please note that many once-plentiful vintage titles are becoming unavailable. Why? Because there are no more! Free, automatic 1st class upgrade for books under 14 ounces. Free Delivery confirmation. 12 years of Web selling. Satisfaction guaranteed.
NF. Stated First Edition in near fine condition. Foxing to the end papers. The dust jacket is tanned along the spine and has and mild dust soili ng to the panels. Light wear at the head and heel of its spine.
Very Good in Very Good (in mylar) jacket. Hard Cover. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Signed by Author 349pp.; Judge Bok's ink signature on title page; Textblock and binding is clean and tight with light shelf wear; spine-sunned, unclipped dust jacket, lightly to moderately edge worn.
Very Good- in Very Good jacket. Book. Inscribed by Author(s) Inscribed by the author in 1946. Short signed letter by Bok glued and stapled to verso of front endpaper. Price-clipped. Foxing to page edges.
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