Good. 1926 The Century Co. Green Cloth hardcover unmarked, tight, mild reading wear, no jacket. We take great pride in accurately describing the condition of our books, ship within 48 hours and offer a 100% money back guarantee.
Very Good/Not Issued. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" Tall Maritime Hardcover. 8vo. The Century Co. 1926. 354 pp. including appendix. Green cloth with illustration and text stamped in gilt. Includes photographs. Some foxing on pages, and slightly worn on top edge of spine, otherwise very good condition.
Good. Light wear to extremities. Lightly bumped corners, a bit of gentle creasing to middle 2" of upper edge of boards. Gilt lettering to spine and publisher's device to front board, green cloth-covered boards. Endpapers decorated with "Century Vagabond Books of Travel" map. Clean, unmarked text. Solid binding. Nine interesting photos and one illustration of the ship's layout. 354 pp with appendix. "How it Happened: To sail across Europe had been a day-dream with me. But, somehow, it did not seem possible...I had no money and had to stick to my job. A little devil kept telling me to chuck my job and follow my bent--"You're only going to live once! " said the devil."
New in New jacket. Book. 8vo-over 7? "-9? " tall. NOTE: THIS IS NOT A FACSIMILE REPRINT. Our books are completely re-typeset and re-designed in a manner respectful of the original volume. This avoids the inevitable reproduction of aging, foxing and paper discoloration of a facsimile edition. Every page is careully proofread to discover typos anf other unwanted characters. We print on opaque, cream-coloured 70lb offset text stock. Chapter initials are in colour. Any illustrations are digitally enhanced. Full-page photographic and/or engraved plates are tissue-guarded. Covers are bound in the half-calf manner with maroon vinyl book cloth. All books have a red-ribbon bookmark, laminated jackets for cleanliness and durability plus royal-red inside covers and parchment end papers. Most books have either a new frontispiece illustration of the author, a short biography or both. Cover and jacket designs are consistent across all titles, appropriate for a collectable library. All books are made in the U.S. A and your satisfaction is guaranteed. (A RECENT NOTE from a customer "...It is a relief not to have a facsmile. The rinting is clear and the book is very well bound."--RF, Baltimore, MD.
Good. No Dustjacket. 1928. 287 pages. No dust jacket. Blue cloth boards with gilt lettering to spine. Pages are clean throughout. Endpapers tanned and foxed. Binding in good condition. Spine ends and corners bumped and rubbed. Boards a little scratched and marked.
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