Squarish Qto. VG-/VG-. black DJ spine, densely packed with ivory title between smaller author and publisher. chipping nad frayed ends, with taped over cuts and abrasions. laminated with contact paper by prior owner. brown cloth HB with gilt titling, lightened around by age and shelfwear along the cloth panel edges. some scuffing and abrading from removed paste-downs upon decorative fep. occasional foxing, e.g. page 160-161, otherwise no marks. edges average and interior between sturdy boards. 210 pp. ISBN# 0394473280. Rockville.
Very Good + Very Good minus DJ. 4to = over 12" 210pp. Brown cloth over hard covers, gilt lettering on spine. Edges have some fading, very clean, binding strong. The art of chairmaking in America in the eighteenth century. Dustjacket has a few tears and chips along the top edge, some rubbing and light browning along edges. With 252 black & white photo plates and full-color frontispiece photo of five sample chairs.
Very Good. 0394473280 Hi. Welcome to our small, family-owned bookstore. Copyright 1972 by the author, John T. Kirk. Published by Alfred A. Knopf Company/ Hardcover with illustrated dust jacket. Veru Good condition. Almost like new, but for fading on the edges of the covers (purple cloth, embossed with figures of two chairs). The jaacket is price-clipped and the edges are rolled with miniscule chips. A history of the early chair industry in America, with abundant illustrations (almost every page). The jacket and the pages are all bright, clear, unmarked. 200 pages plus index. Included is an insert, Xerox'd copy of an article by Kathleen Eagen Johnson on "The Fiddleback Chair." Binding is tight. ISBN 0394473280. Packaged using bubble wrap and a sturdy cardboard box. Tracking number provided for no extra cost. Thanks for checking out this book from our small town brick-and-mortar and supporting a small business.
Very Good in Near Fine jacket. 208 pages. Hardcover, bound in brown cloth covered boards and wrapped in an illustrated paper dustjacket. Jacket has been price-clipped and has some light wear to the edges, although now encased in a Mylar sleeve. The previous owner's bookplate remains neatly affixed to the inside front cover, but otherwise, the edges are sharp and there are no other markings on the interior. Text in English, with many illustrations in black and white.
Very Good. Spotting to page edges, no other markings. Stated First Edition. 208 pages. Tears to the edges of the dust jacket, several small pieces missing from the edges of the dust jacket, surface tear wear a sticker was removed from the front of the dust jacket, in a protective cover. Oversize.
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