Very Good. This book is in very good condition. The cover may have some limited signs of wear but the pages are clean, intact and the spine remains undamaged. This book has clearly been well maintained and looked after thus far. Money back guarantee if you are not satisfied. Ships within 24 hours from US or UK warehouse but NO EXPEDITED ORDERS. See all our books here, order more than 1 book and get discounted shipping.
Large 4to (30x23cms), ep maps, 240 pages, many stunning coloured photographs, sketch-maps, illustrations, bibliography: the origins & history of the mountains of Southern Africa & their remote beauty captured in "incomparable photographs" (van der Post); hardback, vg vg dw a heavy book that may attract extra postage.
Very Good in Good jacket. 240 pages (complete). Dust jacket a bit chipped and marked. Boards shelf rubbed and a bit marked. Previous ownership inscriptions. However, it is still in a very good condition, tightly bound, has clear and bright pictures. MK.
Good in Poor jacket. The dustjacket has creasing (storage related? ) along the top run. There is a closed tear (approx. 5 cm) to the front cover spine edge. The rest of the front and the back cover have general shelving wear. The blue cloth cover has general shelving wear and tear. The spine printing is vibrant and clear. There is a smattering of speckling on the front pages. Pages throughout are in good condition. The colour of the photographs is fresh and bold. FK.
1983. Macmillan. First edition. VG/VG. 12x9. 240pp. Numerous b/w maps and colour photos, end paper maps. This book describes a journey of exploration and adventure captured by David Coulsons photographs.
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