Good copy, Solid binding, Unmarked text, Cover has wear/ edge wear, No jacket if issued, Good copy overall, We take great pride in accurately describing the condition of our books, ship within 48 hours and offer a 100% money back guarantee.
Very Good. New York, 1951. Black cloth covered boards with silver spine titles; minimal wear; jacket edges worn; corners of front flap are clipped; 4to, 9 3/4"-12" Tall; musty smell present; illustrated throughout; Interior clean and unmarked; 216 pages. Additional shipping charges may be required for international or expedited orders.
First edition. 4to; 216 pp.; illustrated. A very good copy or better in a worn dust jacket. A history of the development of color photography. With "Actual Color Print made in Pavelle Color Lab on Ansco Printon." in bound envelope.
NF. First edition bound in black cloth with silver spine lettering, Small 4to size, 216 pp. Color & B&W Plate ills. The book is about fine with some light rubbing to the base of the spine. Dj is VG with some small frays to the edges.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. 216 pages, illustrated in color, b&w. The author covers 50 years of the development of color photography and it's reproduction. Clean, tight copy with a bright, lightly edgeworn dust jacket. Record # 900087.
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