Very Good+ Fine, tight, clean copy with no prior ownership markings or bookplates. In a vg-dust jacket with fading along spine, some masking tape reinforcement on INSIDE only of dj, and some light scuffing and a few scratches and tiny edgetears. NO chips.
Good in Good jacket. Octavo. History of the bay since its 'discovery' by Spanish soldiers in 1769, through the gold rush, railroads & earthquake, to its development as a major western port. Reprint. Hardcover, full red cloth, gilt titling. Covers mottleed, lightly worn; jacket foxed & chipped, spine faded; endsheets & plates foxed. Text clean; , 347, blank, xii pages; index, bibliograpy, b/w plates.
Good. Book. Signed by Author(s) 2nd printing. Cloth. 347pp. Bibliography. Index. Signed by Riesenberg. No dj. Some fading to spine. Cellophane tape residue on front endpapers from print that was taped on. Rear free endpaper has a photo of the Golden Gate Bridge affixed. Good.
Very Good. Dust Jacket Included. 8vo. 347pp, xii, photo illustrated. This is a very good plus book in a spine sunned DJ with some rubbing, shallow wear at the spinal extremities and a couple of shallow edge tears; very good.
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