Very Good in Very Good+ jacket. Book Navy-stamped waterspeckled pale blue cloth. No names, clean text. Lightly aged dust jacket w/ 1 tiny closed tear. "(A)" on copyright pg. Index, b/w photos, drawings. 35064 shelf.
Good. B0018GV6OE Ex-library usual stamps and markings Good condition but not perfect, Cover has minor nicks and tears, spine shows some creases from use. Ask Questions and request photos if your buying for the cover and not the content. STOCK PHOTOS MAY VARY FROM THE ACTUAL ITEM. ACTUAL PHOTOS AVAIL. UPON REQUEST.
Very Good, Good++ 8VO, 199pgs., B/W Phot & Ill, Hardcover. Hardcover. Nice clean cloth boards. One small spot on lower spine edge. Top spine edge has a 1/8th inch tear. Text is clean, binding is tight. Dust jacket shows soil, with some chipping. Very presentable in protective mylar.
Near Fine. 199 pages, index, photgraphs. Grey cloth covered book in excellent condition--lightest shelf wear, faint pink mark on first page, small mark top edge--maybe paper clip stain? Artisans and history buffs will be delighted. This book is a study of the craft of glass making and the story the company as it transformed over time. Size: 12mo-over 6¾"-7¾" tall. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 pound. Category: Antiques & Collectibles; United States; 19th century; Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 600532.
Cover rubbed, soiled, text VG. SIGNED PRESENTATION. Larson, Business History 912. Boston: Marshall Jones Co, copyright 1930. First Edition. xxi, 199 pages. 80 illustrations of officers, factory, glassmaking, glassware. 8x5.5", cloth.
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