Very Good- 8vo 8'-9' tall Used hardcover in dust jacket. Shelfwear to boards, corners slightly bumped; dust jacket is worn, with chipping at the corners, the spine, and along the edges. Binding and pages remain solid, with no marks to text.
Near Fine in Very Good jacket. Near Fine in blue hardcover in a Very Good dust jacket, no chips, modest spine wear. Historical account of 'The Griffon', a ship built by de la Salle in 1670 on the upper reaches of the Niagara River, the first ship to sail above the Falls and the first merchant ship to sail the Great Lakes. On her return maiden voyage from Lake Michigan to the Niagara River, she disappeared without a trace. Photographs, map endpapers. 118p (p)
Good in fair dust jacket. Ex-Lib with usual sticker, markings and card pouch. Jacket shows chips and small tears along edges. No markings to text. Solid binding. , 118 p. : ill.; 23 cm. Includes Illustrations. Bibliography: 6th prelim. page.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. Ex-Library Pages: 118; Weight: 13oz; Size: 9.1" x 5.9" x 0.8". Ex-Library copy with stamps, stickers, pouch and protective cover. Jacket has minor edgewear and a small abrasion on lower front corner, book cover is clean, lower corners of first 5 pages are bent, otherwise clean, unmarked, tight.
Very Good in Good to Very Good jacket. First copy shows moderate wear to spine and edges of dust jacket. Book shows minor wear to spine and edges. Binding is tight. Second copy is former library book with usual stamps and labels inside and out. Mylar covered dust jacket. Book shows minor wear to spine and edges. Binding still fairly tight.
Very Good in Good jacket. Book Blue watter pattern dust jacket, being print on spine. 118 pages. Name of person on FEP in ink. Two spots on the side edge of the pages that do not interfere with the text. The dust jacket is discolored on the side of the spine and back and crease of the folds, possibly from cigarettes. there are rubs at the edges of the folds and on the spine. There is a hint of cigarette smoke when the book is held close, not noticeable at normal reading length.
[0-88760-069-9] 1974. (Hardcover) Fine in near fine dust jacket. 118pp. Signed and inscribed by the author. Map endpapers, bibliography, illustrations, photographs. The dust jacket has minor edgewear. Locale: Ontario. (History--Canada, Griffon, H.M.C.S., Shipwrecks)
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