Good in Good jacket. Cloth hardcovers are clean, minor shelfwear. Ink name and scattered pencil notes, else interior clean, binding secure. Dustjacket lightly rubbed and edgeworn with small tears. Professional bookseller for twenty years. Orders shipped daily in cardboard bookfolds.
Fine in NF jacket. Not ex-lib. Hardcover in red cloth, in series-unfirm yellow and green card jacket, 8vo. xvii + 230pp. Indices, references, endnotes. Fine/NF. Book has touches of abrasion along lower edge of boards. Jacket has very mild occasional soil to textured card surface; short internally-taped nicks upper rear hinge end and mid lower front edge. Book and jacket are otherwise as new: bright, tight, sharp and unmarked. Jacket in Brodart.
Fair in Fair jacket. Inscribed by Henrik von Wright! First edition, 1971, hardcover with red cloth boards in dust jacket, octavo, 230pp., not illustrated. Book fair with soil, rubbing, and mild edgewear to boards, binding tight, text shows erasable pencil underlining and marginalia throughout. DJ fair with edgewear that includes some tears, rubbing and soil, joints rubbed, small hole in rear panel, now in archival mylar wrap. Henrik von Wright was a major philosopher in the 20th century and was Wittgenstein's successor at Cambridge University.
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