Very good in fair dust jacket. Book is unmarked & very good in like, gray boards with silver lettering. D/j is fair-Price is present but numerous edge tears. v, 107 p. illus., ports. 27 cm. Includes: Illustrations, Portraits. Bibliography: p. 107.
Near Fine in Good+ dust jacket. Inscription from R. L. Wilson author to previous owner on first page. Binding and cover fresh and new, contents clean and tight. 150 illustrations. The dust jacket itself has seen a lot of 'activity'; worn, scuffing along edges, corners and spine, one tear to lower back and tears to upper front, whitening marks from shelf rubbing. Clipped price corner on inside flap of dust jacket. "A detailed study of the Colt coat-of-arms and the rampant colt trademark, complete from 1832 through 1969. The varieties of uses and designs of these colorful and historical motifs are recorded and explored in copious detail. The scope of this volume encompasses advertising literature, trademarks, letterheads, firearms, and other Colt products, Colt family silver and jewelry, brassards, monuments, paintings, architecture, accoutremenets, original documents, grips and buttplates, badges and markings, decals, medals, etc. The Rampant Colt is also therefore a study of Colt memorabilia, and is the only title available on such items." Now in a removable archival protective mylar clear cover.; Black and white illustrations; 0.6 x 10.5 x 7.8 inches; 107 pages; Signed by Author.
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