Very Good. 0865650217 Packaged carefully to protect the corners...Fine/NearFine in mylar DJ, Very clean copy with only very mildshelfwear to jacket (Edition: First Edition). Priority shipping not available due to size.
Near Fine in Good+ jacket. NEAR FINE in GOOD+ price intact dust jacket. A clean, unmarked and firmly bound large-format hardcover. Pages crisp and bright. Maroon cloth cover has light bump to bottom front corner, small spot to front cover but is otherwise clean with only slight edge rub. Unclipped jacket is clean, edge worn with small creases to spine ends, short tear at base of spine, shelf-rubbed with short abrasion to front cover. Binding firm, hinges tight, boards and spine straight. A stunning photo-essay by two who were among the first Westerners to visit Tibet since the borders were closed to all but Chinese officials (1949-1979). Color photos throughout, beautifully printed and well-displayed. 10-1/4 x 13-1/4"; 127 pages.
127 pages. Hardcover with dustjacket. Very good condition. TIBET. In this all-color photo-essay, the authors have captured the essence of what remains of Tibet's former splendor, including the famous Potala, that magnificent residence of the god-king, and the great monasteries of Drepung and Sera, which once housed ten thousand monks apiece. Also illustrated are the cathedral of Lhasa, the street markets and the exquisite summer palace of the Dalai Lama, the Norbulingka. (Key Words: David Bonavia, Tibet, Magnus Bartlett, Lhasa, Potala, Photography, Norbulingka).
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