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Salem, Massachussets:The Essex Institute. 1925. Two volumes. Hardcover with dust jacket. Jackets are worn with several small chips and tears to the edges. Some soiling to the covers but otherwise in good condition. Books themselves show only some light shelf-wear. Interiors are both clean and free of stray markings. Overall, this is a very good set.
Paris:Chez A. Belin. 1821. 2nd edition. pp:xliv+363pp and 451pp. Hardcovers. Rebound at some point in quarter leather with marbled boards and new endpages. The leather is slightly age-toned and sun-faded with marbled edge points worn to boards. Top page edges gilt. Internally, a previous owners name is stamped to 2nd free endpage of both volumes with a few penciled bookseller notes to verso of 1st free end-age and 2nd free endpage of 1st volume. Otherwise, pages slightly age toned but clean. The bindings are tight and hinges intact. A very good tight set.
New York:E.P. Dutton & Co. 1913. Illustrated. xi+274pp. Boards are lightly rubbed and shelf-worn with gilt still bright. End papers lightly age toned with piece of dust jacket glued to inside front board with previous owners name at the top of the same page. Otherwise, a very good copy.
Mexico: Editorial "CVLTVRA". 1938. 94pp. Softcover. Beige covers are soiled, with wear to spine strip and old folds to cover edges. Internally, pages are clean with no previous owners marks or signatures but some page edges have old fold marks. Overall, a very good copy.
NOTICIA DO ESTADO EM QUE SE ACHA O POVO DE ANGOLA, DESTITUIDO DE MESTRES, PAROCHOS E EGREJAS, E CONSIDERACOES A'CERCA DA NECESSIDADE E FACILIDADE DE REMEDIAR TAO GRANDES MALES
Lisboa:Na Typ. De G. M. Martins. 1861. 24pp. Sewn wrps. 1st edition. Contemporary plain wrps, starting to seperate at spine, with some shelf-wear and front bottom edge creased and rear bottom edge missing. Pages lightly age-toned, otherwise a very good, clean copy. Pages uncut.
Detroit:Wayne State University Press. 1984. xxix+(2)+441pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Very light shelf wear to dust jacket edges. Otherwise a very good clean copy with a very good dust jacket.
ON THE AGRICULTURAL COMMUNITY OF THE MIDDLE AGES, AN INCLOSURES OF THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY IN ENGLAND. TRANSLATED FROM GERMAN BY COLONEL H.A. OUVRY.
London: Macmillan & Co. 1871. 100pp. Largely uncut. Errata slip bound in hardcover. Mild general overall shelfwear. Gilt on cover/ spine still legible. Previous owners bookplate to inside front. Board front hinge cracked. Mild foxing to title page with light foxing scattered throughout. Overall, a very good copy.
ONE YANKEE FAMILY. BEING ABOUT TEN GENERATIONS OF ONE FAMILY 1635-1969 THAT MIGRATED TO NEW ENGLAND AND MADE HOMES IN A WILDERNESS.
New London, Conn.:H.F. Morse Associates Inc. 1969. iv+92pp. Cover is lightly soiled, otherwise a very good, clean copy.
The Story of Natal. Cambridge:The University Press. 1940. 233pp. Illustrated. Hardcover. Binding is mildly shelf-worn with some soiling to the boards and rubbing at the spine. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings, though there is a touch of age-toning to the page edges and light foxing throughout. Overall, this is a very good copy.
Heidelberg: Carl Winter's Universitatsbuchhandlung. 1910. Softcover. Light soiling and edgewear to covers. Otherwise a very good clean copy.
London:Routledge. (1994). xix+104pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Both book and dust jacket in very good clean condition.
New York:Harcourt, Brace and Company. (1955). 1st edition. xvi+362pp. Illustrated. Hardcover with dust jacket. Book in very good condition with a previous owners bookplate to verso of 1st free endpage, otherwise clean. The dust jacket is lightly soiled and shelfworn with wear to edges and folds. The top spine edge is worn with chips and tears.
New York: American Hungarian Library and Historical Society. (1964). xiv+251pp. Book in very good condition. Slight age toning to end-pages with light soiling to page edges. Dust jacket, shelf-worn at edges and lightly soiled. Still in very good condition.
REPORT OF THE CRUISE OF THE U.S. REVENUE CUTTER BEAR AND THE OVERLAND EXPEDITION FOR THE RELIEF OF THE WHALERS IN THE ARCTIC OCEAN, FROM NOVEMBER 27, 1897, TO SEPTEMBER 13, 1898.
Washington: Government Printing Office. 1899. Illustrated, including attached map in rear. iv+144pp. Blue covers are rubbed and shelfworn at edges. Page edges soiled. Internally, light foxing to end pages and to page edges surrounding map (pg 144). No previous owners names or signatures but a small sticker to top right edge of first free end page. Otherwise a very good copy. The binding is tight and hinges are intact.
New York:Atheneum. 1969. 1st American edition. xviii+208pp. Illustrated. Hardcover with dust jacket. Both book and dust jacket in very good, clean condition. *The first-hand account of the trial and death of Rudolf Slansky, Vice premier of Czechoslovakia.
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