Good. No Jacket. Octavo. Cloth; some sunning to spine with less to covers; toning to page edges; internally clean, bright and sound. George Post Wheeler (1869-1956) was an American journalist, writer and career diplomat who served three tours of duty in Japan in the first quarter of the 20th Century.
Good in Fair dust jacket. This is a hardcover book with blue cloth covered boards. Gilded titling on spine. Dust Jacket is clipped. Has sticker from bookstore on front end page. The dust jacket is chipped and edgeworn. The dust jacket has a some tearing. The dust jacket is missing some sections. Professional book dealer since 1975. All orders are processed promptly and packaged with the utmost care. Satisfaction guaranteed.; 8vo 8"-9" tall; 561 pages.
Very Good- in Good+ jacket. Gray cloth covered boards show light shelf wear, soil to textblock; dj has edgewear, one tiny closed tear, some light chipping at head of spine. Hinges are tight, binding is square.
Near Fine in Good jacket. Presumed first edition, 1952, hardcover, octavo, 562pp., not illustrated. Book near fine with some light toning to tops of boards, binding tight, text clean unmarked and lightly age-toned. DJ good with tops of panels and spine tattered, rubbing, light soil, closed tear and crease to back panel on hinge to flap. "This work constitutes, by and large, the only complete and critical presentation of the sacred myths of the Shinto which has had an almost unbelievable influence upon 140, 000, 000 people, and which represents one of the most important myth creations of mankind."
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