Very Good in Very Good-dust jacket. Light general wear, but a very nice copy with clean, bright interior pages, solid binding and illustrated map end sheets. Original blue cloth with bright gilt titles. Light wear to scarce DJ with original $4.00 price on inside flap.; 8vo; 330 pages.
Very Good Plus. No Jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. A very handsome copy bound in blue cloth covers with gilt letering on front and spine covers.330 pages. Illustrated. Also illustrated inside covers and end papers. Light wear to spine ends and corners. Corners also bumped a bit. Otherwise a tight, clean copy with clean internals.
Very Good with no dust jacket. We fit archival quality clear acrylic covers for additional protection whenever possible.; B&W Illustrations; 8vo; Stated First Edition. Map Endpages. 6 x 9". Nice soundand clean copy.
Very good. Doubleday, Page and Company, Garden City, NY, 1925. 1st Edition, 1st Printing, VG+, Hard Cover, Size=6.5"x9.5", 330pgs(Index). Dark blue cloth, gold gilt spine and front cover letters. Faint dust foxing specks on top page ends, o.w. clean & bright. No ink names, bookplates, underlines, tears, chips, etc. Text pages in Fine condition, covers Near Fine. 99% OF OUR BOOKS ARE SHIPPED IN CUSTOM BOXES ALL ARE WELL PACKED WITH CARE!
Greenbie, Sydney & Marjorie., Doubleday, Page & Co., 1925, c1925, 1st Edition, cloth w/gilt titles, map end papers, spine faded o/w vg (no dj), 330 pp w/index, B & W illus., tall 8vo, 'This is a book of historical importance in the study of American devel.
8vo. xix, , 330 pp. Frntsp., numerous plates, illust. map endpapers by Hendrik Willem van Loon. Blue cloth, gilt lettrng (slght bmpng to crnrs, minor bumping head & foot of spine), VG-copy. First edition, stated, of this fascinating work examining the historical influence of China on encouraging exploration of the Americas, and the growing economic ties with China, Japan, and the rest of Asia.
Very Good in Fair jacket. 8vo-over 7æ"-9æ" tall. Hardcover, black cloth in original yellow non price-clipped dust-jacket illustrated with ox drawn covered wagon. 330pp., Bibliograpy, Index. Illustrated with plates and pictorial map endpapars. Stated first edition, first printing. The author's put forth the premise that it was the lure of wealth from the China trade that gave initial impetus to America's westward expansion, and hence to the consolidation and development of the nation. No previous ownership marks. Book is clean, square and tightly bound with no writing or highlighting. In very scarce edge-worn dust-jacket, quite age darked, especially at spine, though essentially complete. A very good copy in a fair dust-jacket.
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