Reader copy. No dust jacket, good bright solid boards-endpaper has pulled, still solidly bound-one or two marks but still very readable. Usually dispatched within 2 days. Some creasing/wear to cover but still tightly bound & a very readable book. Usually ships within 2 working days.
Very Good in Fair jacket. Clean pages, tight binding. Dust Jacket has a tare on the front cover and some wear marks on the edges. Cover has slight wear on the edges and corners. "Museum Shop: Museum of Natural History, New York, New York" sticker on very last page.
Pierre Dandelot. Fine in Fine- jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. 287 pages, with 44 color plates, and six line drawings. "The mammals of Africa of the Sahara comprise the most important and spectacular fauna of the earth. This is the first illustrated guide to cover them. Only the bats and the smallest, generally nocturnal, species are omitted." FINE-HARDCOVER, VERY GOOD-DUST JACKET.
Hardcover with dustjacket. 8vo. Book is in VG condition; edges are lightly rubbed, and there is some inked underlining and writing in margins. Previous owner's name on front endpaper. Contains 44 color plates. 287 pp. including index.
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