Good in Good jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. 10" by 12". No marks or writings, boards and pages clean, binding sound. Wear to spine ends, corners and edges. Dust jacket in good + condition, not price clipped, some wear to corners and spine. Smoke free and not X-library, shipped in box. Beautifully illustrated with b/w and color photos!
Very Good. 1970 hardcover, 1st American edition stated, red cloth boards show rubbing and fraying at corners, no DJ, sewn binding, book is tight, name on title page, no other markings, pages clean, not an ex-library copy.
Photographs by Wim Swaan. Folio, hardcover, red cloth boards, near fine in edgeworn green pictorial dj with a couple small chips at edges. 428 illustrations color & b/w plates and 28 maps & plans, 41 in color. 304 pp. an informative and compelling study of the castles in Western Europe from the eighth century to the end of the fifteenth-from Charlemagne to the French invasion of Italy in 1494. The author porvides us with the background the classical fortifications of the Romans and the defensive sites built during the invasions of the Dark Ages.
Good. 0236177753 Good. Light to moderate wear to covers/corners. May have other minor imperfections/damage, price-clipped DJ, etc. Hardcover with Dust Jacket. Book is oversized and/or heavy, priority or international orders will require additional shipping funds. Support Last Word Books & Press and independent booksellers.
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