Good in good dust jacket. First Edition. Dust jacket is price clipped and shows minor wear and tear, chipping and rubbing, soiling and tanning. Pages are clean, text is intact and unmarred. Presumed first edition. Very Clean Copy-Over 500, 000 Internet Orders Filled.
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Very Good, Very Good- 8VO, 304 pgs. p, Photos & Illus, Hardcover. Hardcover: Two-toned binding. Endpapers and pages are slightly oxidized, minor soil. This is the story of the tragic epic struggle for survival of the dirigible Italia. Vintage photos. Nice tight binding. Illustrated dust jacket has light edgewear chipping and rubbing. Light soil and oxidation. Looks nice in protective mylar.
Yes jacket. Cloth, 304 pps. with index. Illustarted with photos. The story of the 1928 crash of the Italian dirigible "Italia" onto an ice pake in the frozen emptiness of the Artic Ocean. More than just the saga of the heroic survival and rescue of the captain and crew, this work places the tragedy in the context of its time---the "Roarinmg Twenties"---with all of the tragic flaws, political machinations, jealousies and upheavals which characterized it. Fine in generally fine dust jacket with a copule of insignificant flaws.
VG. No Jacket. 8vo. original blue rexine (minor rubbing to cloth at spine ends, a few marks to the boards, prev. owner's name & bookseller's stamp to FFE, small stain to top-edge, a couple of marks to p. 6, otherwise very clean internally; lacks dustwrapper); pp. xiv (last blank), 306, with 35 illustrations. A very good copy. The story of the ill-fated 1928 flight of an Italian airship to the North Pole, and the subsequent attempts to rescue the survivors.
Good. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. "The incredible story of the dirigible Italia" which journeyed over the Arctic in 1928. Fading and marking to blue cloth covers, but the interior is robust and clean, bar one owner's name.
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