Good in Good jacket. 1969 edition. Ex-library. Cloth hardcover. Good (pages very good) Book/Good Jacket. 9.6 * 6. 235 p. Partially separated inside of front cover; library tags, moderate edges' wears on jacket, jacket covered in Brodart & glued to cover; moderate edges' bumps, wears on cover, library pocket on front page, library stamps & marks on several pages; other than that, clean, tight, and light tanned pages. Shinning gilt letterings & no bent on spine. Bubble wrap guarantee. Free tracking in U.S. Email notification after shipping. (I08)
Fine in Very Good dust jacket. Sound binding and hinges. Clean, bright pages. Ffep has stamped mark on it. Cloth over boards is clean. DJ has small creased area at lower back, closed tear at lower back near spine, light edge wear.; History of mapmaking that emphasizes cartographers' knowledge of the fauna of continents and the distribution of animals.; 9.75" tall; 235 pages.
Near Fine. 8vo. Hardcover, 8vo. B&W images throughout. 235 pp with index. Bookplate on verso of FFEP. Light bumping to spine extremities. Else FINE. All domestic orders $100 and over will be upgraded to USPS Priority shipping at no additional cost.
Very Good. No Jacket. Pages: 235; Weight: 1lb 10.6oz; Size: 9.8" x 6.3" x 0.9". No Jacket. Cover is clean with bumped corners and light shelfwear, number erased from front endpaper, minor injury to front edge of last 14 pages, otherwise clean, unmarked, tight.
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