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Harold Rice. Good in Good jacket. A nice, solid copy showing only average shelf wear and age. Price-clipped DJ has some chipping and tearing to upper spine area above title, and general wear to extremities. Mylar protected.
Publisher: Self-published, New York
Date published: 1971
Description: Larry Clark. Very Good. No Jacket. B000Q6SIUC 1971. Inscribed by Clark on the title page: "To Jorge. Larry Clark. San Francisco California 1985." Bound in full black cloth. Pages are nearly fine, showing only slight signs of perusal. Sensitive black cloth shows some very minor shelfwear and scuffing, however. Read More
Publisher: McGraw-Hill, New York
Date published: 1960
Description: Very Good in Very Good jacket. Minor dampstain to cloth, upper front board; no mustiness. Tipped-in color plates throughout, complemented by many black and white illustrations. Paper upon which plates are glued shows some browning, though plates are bright. Previous owner's stamp to front free ep. Binding is solid. DJ has a chip about 1" by 1/2" to upper spine, and creasing to front DJ flap. Otherwise nice looking in sturdy, line mylar protector. Read More
Publisher: Associates of the James Ford Bell Library, Minneapolis
Date published: 1991
Description: Good. No Jacket (as published? ) 0960179828 Retirement volume for the former curator of the James Ford Bell Library, University of Minnesota. One of 750, bound in blue leather (may be imitation leatherette). Only minor wear, light bumping. Read More
Edition: Apparent First Edition
Publisher: Pantheon, New York
Date published: 1960
Description: Good in Fair jacket. No later printings indicated. In sound shape, save that it is marked rather heavily (some in pen some pencil). DJ is tattered and missing chips from upper spine and lower front fore-edge corner; now preserved in mylar. Still, not too common in the first edition, which this seems to be (Pantheon was a bit ambiguous in those days). Read More
Publisher: Paul Elder, San Francisco
Date published: 1913
Description: Good. No Jacket. Many tipped-in plates. Binding somewhat shaken, but uncracked at the hinges. Darkening to spine somewhat, with rubbing to corners. Still, a nice, affordable copy, depite its flaws. Prev. owner's name to front ep. Read More
Publisher: Seeley Service and Co., London
Description: Good in Good jacket. Spine somewhat rolled, cloth somewhat rubbed and bumped at corners, but still in decent shape. DJ shows browning and edgewear, with some chipping at spine head and foot, as well as to fore-edges; preserved in mylar jacket. Prev. owner's name to free endpaper. Read More