Very Good in Very good jacket. Clean and tightly bound with minimal shelf-wear, Light rubbing bottom edge, Jacket has light wear but no nicks, no tears, bright pages and unmarked text. Former bookstore price of $34 on ffep.
Near Fine+ in Near Fine+ jacket. This is a Very Solid Oversized WWII hardback in Near Fine+ condition with a Near Fine+ jacket. c1992. Presumed 1st Edition & 1st Printing. It is a VERY Interesting Red cover hardback. Very sharp gilt lettering on spine. Looks new and unread! It is a solid & square book with a very bright and very clean cover. Very, very lightly read, The edges and corners are all very good. Very Nice spine ends. The pages are Very tight, bright & unmarked, no names. No highlighting. Not a remainder. The jacket, with price, is also Very bright & clean. Very light shelf wear. Wonderrful illustrations throughout. Heavy Book! ! 160 pages.
Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. 087938591X. 160 pages, well illustrated (many in color), cloth, DJ, very good. 8 by 11 inches. Embossed label of the former owner, a noted military collector. From the DJ: "THE ADS THAT WON THE WEAR is the first color chronicle of these gripping wartime advertisements. Within are more than 100 of the best, most evocative ads in full color, may more in black and white."; 11.10 X 8.66 X 0.79 inches; 160 pages.
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