Good. Oversized Hardcover-1974. Author: William H. Gerdts. Publisher: Praeger Publishers, Inc., NY. Dust cover slightly soiled, worn and with several small tears. Boards clean but bottom edge worn away (cardboard showing). Binding very slightly loose at beginning of book. Text crisp and unmarked. Overall, this is a very clean book but it does show some dust jacket and wear on boards. -We ship immediately. Excellent customer service. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Very Good + in Very Good DJ. Very good + blue cloth with touch of toning to pages, light sunning at egdes and light wrinkling to end-papers in very good jacket showing some edge wear including some short closed tears along with light wrinke to back flap and edge toning to flaps as well. 224 pages with more than 200 illustrations. Remains a solid copy of this work that "relates the nude in art to American aesthetic and social values".
Very Good + Good+ DJ. 4to = over 12" 224pp. Blue cloth over hardcovers, silver lettering on spine. Cloth faded around spine, top/bottom spine edges browned. Red remainder mark on bottom textblock edge. Very clean inside and out, tight binding. Fabulous full-color and b&w images on nearly every page. Dustjacket browned along edges and spine, chipped at top of spine edge, one-inch tear in front panel.
FAIR. JACKET: WORN DJ. 9.5X11.25. Series of wrinkled waves on DJ, DJ torn at top edges, numerous full page illustrations, gilt on spine, princeton antiques bookplate on inside of front cover, foxing on edges of cover, additional shipping may be required (over sized) _PAB_
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