Very Good. Dust jacket shows some very light edgwear, is otherwise clean and bright. The boards are clean and straight, with light bumping to the corners and the top and bottom of spine. The spine is solid and firm. Interior text block is straight and firmly attached to the spine, and free of markings. An attractive copy. Jacket Condition: Very Good. Size: 4to-over 9 3/4 in-12 in tall. Year: 1976.
Near Fine in Very Good dust jacket. Large Octavo 60 pp; This great book has only trace toning around page edges. Dust jacket has light toning & shelfwear, with light rubbing at edges and trace soiling. An attractive book with a solid binding and a clean tight unmarked text. Jacket protected in a clear Brodart cover. Book includes BW reproductions throughout and index. Tyler was a member of the Expert Committees of the American Philatelic Society, and the Society of Philatelic Americans.
B&W illustrations. Good w/good dustjacket (hardcover) 60pp. The author introduces his fascinating story of eighty-four of the greatest philatelic forgers of the past century, from Allan Taylor, creating crude fakes in the early 1860s to De Thuin, whose sophisticated works comprised a complete sale a century later without the owner or the auctioneers suspecting the most prized items were forged.
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