Fine. 8vo. Hardover, 8vo. Reprint of 1933 Edinburgh edition. 3 volumes: lxii, 442pp., 48 color plates; vi, 458pp., 50 color plates; xvi, 356pp., 24 color plates, 2 folding color maps. POS on front free endpapers, else a Fine set in like dustjackets.
8vos., 2 volumes; VG; bound in dark blue cloth, spines have gilt lettering; mild bumping to lower corners; embossed illustration on front cover featuring two Native American riders; mild wear to heads and tails of spines; slight age-toning to pages; some foxing to endpapers; Volume 2 has 50 plates. Volume 3 has 23 plates and 2 maps, color plates with tissue paper guards; shelved case 6. Dupont.
123 Color Illustrations / Plates; 2 Photogravure portraits; 2 Color Maps. Near Fine. No Jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" 3 volumes complete. Bound in the original navy-blue cloth stamped in gilt, top edges gilt. The cloth is unfaded and all bindings are in exaemplary shape, with only slight wear. Several leaves are careless opened. Though there are no external library markings, each volume has a "Royal Museum Library" bookplate from Salford; and minor internal markings. British multi-volume issue of the classic illustrated study (originally issued in 20 parts between 1836 and 1844; see Howes USIANA M-129, where this issue is also designated "aa"); dated 1933 in first volume and 1934 in the remaining two. Notable for the full-color reproductions (particularly the frontispiece of volume 1). Introduction by Hodge (volume 1; Bushnell's name on title page of volume 2 only); introductory note by H. J. Braunholtz (volume 3); indexes to each volume, plus bibliographical references. Nice, tight copies of a rarely encountered set.
Very Good. Volume I published 1933, vols. II and II published 1934. A consistent and soild Very Good three-volume (complete) set. Blue ribbed cloth with titles in gold on the spine and front covers embellished with blindstamped figures of mounted indians. Top page edges gilt. Modest wear and/or bumping to corners and spine-ends, no tears or fraying. Contents, including the wonderful 123 color plates, as well as the two fold-out maps (at back of vol. III), are Near Fine to Fine. No marks. International shipping for this heavy set may be additional.
Very Good. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall First Thus Edition. New edition (published in 1933-34) and edited by Frederick Webb Hodge. Three volumes. A very good set. Hardcovers; issued without dust jackets; thick octavos; dark blue cloth, gilt spine titles; pictorial blindstamping on front covers; gilt top edges; set illustrated with 123 full-page plates in color, chiefly from the Indian Gallery [formerly in the War Department at Washington], photogravure portraits, and two maps; 442 pp.; 458 pp.; 355 pp.; volume one has a short bump to fore edge of front board causing a short blind tear; light bumping to corners; no previous ownership marks. A very nice, clean, and tight set. Listed in Howes. Protected in archival mylar. Extra shipping may apply outside the US.
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