Large octavo; VG/G+; blue spine with white text; dust jacket in clear protective sleeve has a two inch closed tear near head of spine/front, light shelf wear and some foxing to inside edges of flaps; boards are strong; previous owner's bookplate on inside front cover, text block shows very light foxing on some pages and slightly speckled fore edge, original blue-stain on top edge is faded; inscribed by author; pp 381. Rockville.
Good. Jacket has been sellotaped to cover. A lot of dirty marks and slight shelf wear on jacket. Also a name and date has been handwritten on first blank page and foxing on outer edges of pages. Content is fine. Paper over boards. 384 p. 49ill.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1966. First edition. Hardcover. 381 pp. Very good, in a very good price clipped jacket. Book has bumped spine ends, tape residue on both boards, and toned top edges. Top edge of text block is lightly spotted. Jacket has a touch of edge wear, a lightly sunned spine, and scratches.
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