8vo. VG+/VG+. medium red glossy DJ spine with bold white uppercase title, smaller white capitals for author, with white publisher logo at tail. jacket front frames color photo, between white titling and jacket rear b/w image. DJ under clear protective cover. maroon clothbound HB, solid form, stamped with bold gold titling and matches outer spine style. stark white endsheets, light ivory interior sheets and 3 sections of plates, b/w glossy images numbered to 89. in addition 51 + numbered figures throughout the textblock. 178 pp. ISBN# 0948253614. Rockville.
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Very Good in Fair dust jacket. "From Percussion to Hammerless Ejector in Britain, " B&W Ills., Covers British gun making 1830-1900, Covers grey w/ red and silver spine lettering, Sl. rubbing to extremities of spine, O/W book clean, bright and tight, White DJ curled, edge torn & chipped, DJ lacks lower front corner of front panel.
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