Fine. 0458924601 Although the book is actually brand new, a tiny accidental rip on the bottom front edge and a few small creases in the same area from a drop, keep me from listing it as such. Ships, well packaged and very quickly, from MI. A detailed description is coming soon. The condition selected for the item is accurate and consistent with our other listings of the same general condition. If you have any questions or you would like a detailed description of the item prior to our revision of the listing, please do not hesitate to contact us. We will get back to you as quickly as possible. Please buy with confidence from us, as we have several thousand satisfied customers and your satisfaction is the goal we strive to achieve with every transaction.
As New in As New jacket. Size: 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall; Type: Hard Back First American Printing. Hardcover Book and Jacket AS NEW. 200 pages. 8"x10.5" tall. Photographs by Edwin Smith. Introduction by Ronald Blythe. Handsome binding of tan full cloth with sharp and bright gilt titles, immaculate condition. Interior also immaculate. Sparkling and bright dust jacket is not price-clipped. This book is a personal appreciation of Britain's countryside, the different types of landscape, from mountain to moor and heathland, from seashore to forest and woodland. Turner discusses the characteristics of the particular types of countryside and describes the flora and fauna and wildlife, the role of man in the changing scenery, the 'new' landscapes of reservoirs, National Parks, forest plantations, farmland. Edwin Smith, the photographer, is recognized as one of the outstanding photographers of the 20th century.
Illustrated by Smith, Edwin. Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket. 0458924601. 200 pages; Near Fine/Near Fine. Light ecru boards with bright gilt lettering. Tee-niny soft bump to front bottom corner tip. Boards are straight, tips are pointed, spine is square and pages are clean. DJ has just a tiny bit shelf rub at edges. Now in protective sleeve. Full of awesome illustrations. The landscapes of England, Wales, and Scotland is one of rich and subtle contrasts. This book is a study, not of the separate geographical regions of Britains countryside, but the differennt types of landscape from mountain to moor and heartland, from seashore to forest and woodland.
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