Fair. NO DUST JACKET /BOX SHOWS HEAVY WEAR / BOOK IN GOOD CONDITION This book is in acceptable conditon. It is a good reading copy for personal use if you want to save some money but do not try and give as a gift.
The Stephen Greene Press, 1974. Unpaginated. Hardcover, in hard box that folds out. Illustrated. Fine in Near Fine outer box. Spine and inner third of bottom box show sun bleaching. Else, this item Fine in all other aspects. ISBN: 0828902135.
Very Good. 8vo. Clean, unmarked pages. Good binding and cover. Hardcover and folding case. Minor wear to extremities of case. An attractive volume on the history of the use of animals in genealogical heraldry. Ships daily.
Very good in very good dust jacket. Book Description: Brattleboro, VT: Stephen Greene Press 1974., 1974. Large octavo, unpaged book, illustrated in color throughout by Marie Angel, shows 20 heraldic creatures, from bat to swan, with an introduction by J.P. Brooke-Little, the Richmond Herald of Arms. A limited edition. An additional sheet laid inside box printed in red that lists the book's contents. Very fine in pale grey paper on boards, in a blue paper-on-board clamshell box, with a colored tipped-on illustration. Slight red smudge and pen line on background and box. First edition. Binding is Hardcover.
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