Fair. Ex-Library. No Dust Jacket. Cover is lightly worn or soiled, with shelf edge wear and bumped corners. Binding is slightly loose and may show slight spine lean. Pages may contain former owner name, occasional underlining or marks, light reading wear or soiling.
Good jacket. First Edition. Random House. Hardcover. Very Good/Good DJ. Second Printing. Octovo hardcover, binding square and tight. Clean pages with no markings or underlines. DJ shows some chipping on top edges, minor tears. Some shelf wear on bottom of boards. Lively and authoritative account of the great age (~1660-1860) of Japanese prints and of the artists that created them. 65 detailed illustrations with 40 in full color. 100% of this purchase will support literacy programs through a nonprofit organization!
Fair. Good DJ. Random House 1954 1st Printing Ex-library with usual markings, heavy edgewear to cloth, hinges broken but holding loosely, tight bright illustrated pages, light soil to page edges, creased jacket is trimmed inside on flap edges and protected in clear dust jacket cover which is taped to exterior and inside of boards.
Jacket shows wear and small tears, Unmarked but tanned, Solid, Cover has wear, Good copy overall. We take great pride in accurately describing the condition of our books, ship within 48 hours and offer a 100% money back guarantee.
40 color & 25 b/w illus. Good in J Good jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" Hardcover in jacket (some wear to binding; jacket chipped with tears and rubbing). First edition, second printing. xii, 403,  pages. ". lively and authoritative account of the great age. of Japanese prints and the artists who created them" (jacket).
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