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Acceptable. No Dust Jacket. Size: Oversize; Acceptable hardcover copy. 292 pages, published by Spring Books. No dust jacket, boards have some white specks. The red ink used by publisher to coat top edge has leaked into the pages about 1/8-inch. Does not affect text or pictures/illustrations. Binding is sound and sturdy, though hinges lightly shaken. First few pages have creased upper corner. Due to the size/weight of this book it is not available for expedited delivery; international shipping may cost extra.
Fine. Penzer, N.M. Paul Storr 1771-1844: Sliversmith and Goldsmith. London: Spring Books, 1971. 292pp. Indexed. 4to. Hardcover. Book condition: Near fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very good with yellowing to covers and light bumping to edges.
Very Good in Fair jacket. 4to. 292 pages, indexed. Hardcover with white dust jacket. Covers show toning, rubbing, wear. Spine is toned. Small tear at headcap of spine. Text is toned but sound. Illustrated with photos.
Good+ (Tight and free of extraneous marks but with foxing to page edges throughout. Does not affect text/illustrations. Small tear to tail of spine and to dj in same spot. Top edge of dj wrinkled and lightly chipped. ) Black boards with gold lettering. White dj with color illus. and yellow lettering on spine. 292 pp. with 124 illus. Master silver/goldsmith from the Regency period, commissioned to create lavish works for royal and other wealthy patrons but who also made more simple but beautiful works used and collected by others. With a list of illustrations, family history, maps of London, lovely bw images of his creations, and more.
Good in Good jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. (UK) First Thus No markings, the red dye to the top edge of pages have two discolored spots, hinges solid, pages clean, about Very Good in Good only dust jacket with several minor edge chips and a line of faint staining to the bottom eddge of the Dj. Dj is in myla sleeve. Dark blue cloth, 292pp, index. 124 B&W photos of the works of this master craftmen from the Regency period. This book was first published in 1954. A heavy book. (4.5 JM FO 63/0.
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