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Philadelphia:J. B. Lippincott and Co. 1877. 238pp. Illus. Ex-library copy. Small library book-plate pasted-down inside front cover, small pasted library-stamp lower corner of title page; library-card pocket pasted down inside back binding and call numbers on spine; small one-inch crack inside front hinge, otherwise, a very good clean, tight, clean copy.
Dal 25 LUGLIO al 10 SETTEMBRE. Un Organico Complesso Di Documenti Editi Ed Inediti Sulla Seduta Del Gran Consiglio, L'arresto e Il prelievo Di Mussolini, e L'abbandono Di Roma. Nuovo Testimonianze.
Rome: S.A.I.G. (1944). 62 pp. Wraps. Binding shows only some minor wear at the edges and spine. Library stamp on the inside front wrap and embossed library stamp on title page. Interior is otherwise clean, though the pages are age-toned. All in all, a very good copy.
Durham, North Carolina:Duke University Press. 1942. xi + 317pp. Hardcover. Binding is lightly soiled and worn at the edges and spine. Spine also shows some moderate fading. Interior is clean and free of stray markings, save for a previous owner's initials inked and dated at the top of the first free end-paper verso. Overall, a very good copy.
332pp. Illus. Hard bound. A very good to fine copy. Some corners lightly bent.
Milano:Arnoldo Mondadori Editore. 135pp. Illustrated. First edition. Hardcover. Binding is lightly worn at the edges and spine with some mild soiling to the covers. Otherwise in very good condition. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings. Overall, this is a very good copy.
New York:The Macmillan Company. 1955. 241pp. Illustrated. Hardcover, no dust jacket. Binding shows some light wear to the edges and spine, which is also faded, but otherwise in very good condition. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings. Overall, a very good copy.
Translated by Archibald Colquhoun. New York:Harper & Brothers. 142pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Jacket is worn at the edges and spine with some soiling to the covers. Spine shows sun significant sun-toning. Binding is only mildly shelf-worn. Interior is clean and bright, with a brief inscription in pencil on the first free end-paper along with a notation of the original publication date penciled onto the title page. Otherwise free of stray markings. Overall, this is a very good copy.
New York: G.P. Putnams's Sons. 1907. Hardcover, no jacket. xii+351pp. Illustrated with b/w photographs. Top edge gilt. Deckled fore-edge. Very Good- condition. Maroon cloth boards moderately shelfworn, spine slightly darkened and gillt titling a bit faded. Some of the photographs (shiny paper) have foxing that spreads to facing pages. Otherwise the interior is generally clean and the binding is secure. The foldouts (map and genealogy) are present and in very good shape. A comprehensive history of Renaissance Milan under the rule of the House of Sforza. (cfm)
Princeton, NJ:Princeton University Press. 1962. 1st edition. xiii+431pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. A very good, clean copy, inside and out, with a very good, slightly soiled and edgeworn, price clipped dust jacket.
Philadelphia: Towar and Hogan. 1829. Hardcover, no jacket. viii+392pp. Two volumes in one. Half-leather. Ex-library. Good+ condition. Boards are shelfworn with some staining. The leather spine is heavily worn. The pastedowns and facing endpapers have small areas of dark staining. Two 19th century library stickers to front pastedown. There are several library markings to the title page, and one on the last page. Otherwise the contents are free of markings. The pages are age toned with some light foxing but overall pretty clean. The binding is square and tight. A pretty nice copy. The history of Italy from 1794 to 1814. (cfm)
Cambridge; Cambridge University Press, 1958. Hardcover with DJ. First Edition. xiii+355pp. Illustrated with b/w photographs, maps, and genealogical charts. Condition is Very Good in a Fair jacket. Jacket is rubbed and has small tears at edges and folds; also had darkening of the spine and foxing front and back. Red cloth boards are clean and unbumped; gilt titling to spine is bright. Owner name penned to ffep. A few foxing spots to preliminaries and to rear pastedown. Otherwise clean, square and tightly bound. Fold outs all in excellent shape. "the massacre of the French at Palermo on 30 March 1282, which is traditionally known as the Siciliam Vespers, is important not because it is just an isolated drama of conspirators and cut-throats, nor because it is just one episode in the epic tragedy of Sicily and her oppressors. The massacre was one of those events in history which altered the fate of nations and of world wide institutions..." (cfm)
Boston:Houghton Mifflin Company. 1926. 1st edition. x+292pp. With 32 Ilustrations from old prints in the possession of the author. Hardcover. Blue boards decorated in gilt are lightly soiled and rubbed with light shelfwear to edges. Edge points gently bumped. Internally, pages bright and clean, free of previous owners marks or signatures. The binding is tight and hinges intact. A very good copy.
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