Good in Missing jacket. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1950. First edition. Hardcover. 401 pp. Very good, lacking jacket. Lightly rubbed and bumped at board edges, with sunning to spine and fraying to spine ends. Prior owner's name written on upper front free endpaper and leaves are age-toned.
Like New. Excellent Hardcover! 24th Printing. Clean, tight and square. Appears to be unused. In near fine jacket with $10.00 price on inner flap. Protected in archival mylar. ~"Guaranteed quality or your money back"
Good. FIRST EDITION. NY: Macmillan, 1950. (First printing stated on copyright page. ) Very Good+ in About Good dust jacket. Name written on fep. Jacket spine panel sunned, some external clear masking tape repairs, scrape in middle of front panel, rubbing, price intact ($4.50).
Very good. First Edition. First printing so stated. Rebound in custom leather binding: two semi-circles (one red, one green) against black background (representing two worlds about to collide? ); spine has four bands: panels are blazing sun motifs interspersed with title and author. New endpapers. Pages show toning, foredges show mild soiling. A unique artist's binding of a unique book: a true collector's copy.
1950, 1st edition. (Softcover) Very good. 370pp. Octavo. Original brown-paper covers, shows signs of age (rubbing)-stamped "uncorrected" on front-cover. Text block is tight. Very unique, scarce edition of this controversal title. An uncorrected proofs edition of Immanuel Velikovsky's 1950 controversial title that puts a "unique" spin on the history of the world.
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