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 BLACK, ADAM AND CHARLES, PUBLISHERS, Black's New Large Map of Scotland
BLACK, ADAM AND CHARLES, PUBLISHERS
Black's New Large Map of Scotland
18. (BLACK, Adam and Charles, Publishers). BLACK'S NEW LARGE MAP OF SCOTLAND. Compiled from the Ordnance, Admirality, and Other Surveys. Drawn and Engraved by John Bartholomew, F.R.G.S. Scale of British Statute Miles: One Quarter Inch to a Miles. Edinburgh: Adam & Charles Black, n.d. (circa 1870-1890). Twelve color sheets, folding, mounted on linen and numbered on the reverse. Each sheet is 19 1/2 by 21 1/2 inches (50 x 54.5 cm) and folds to 6 1/2 by 4 1/4 inches (16.5 x 10.8 cm). A fine copy housed in slightly rubbed and soiled green cloth pull-off slipcase, with publisher's paper label on the front, gilt-stamped title on one side. A large and lovely map. .
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 BLACK, ADAM AND CHARLES, PUBLISHERS, Black's New Large Map of England and Wales
BLACK, ADAM AND CHARLES, PUBLISHERS
Black's New Large Map of England and Wales
18. (BLACK, Adam and Charles, Publishers). BLACK'S NEW LARGE MAP OF ENGLAND & WALES. According to the Ordnance, Admirality, and Other Surveys. On the scale of 4 miles to an inch, by John Bartholomew, F.R.G.S. Edinburgh: Adam & Charles Black, n.d. (circa 1870-1890). Three color sheets, folding, mounted on linen. The North and Midlands Sections are each 37 1/2 by 81 1/2 inches (95 x 206 cm); the South Section is 28 3/4 by 81 1/2 inches (73 x 206 cm). All fold to 9 1/2 by 6 3/4 inches (24 x 17 cm). A fine copy housed in slightly rubbed and soiled green cloth pull-off slipcase, with publisher's paper label on the front, gilt-stamped title and a hand-lettered label on one side. Unfolded, this is a huge and wonderful map. .
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BLACK, ADAM AND CHARLES
Black's Warwickshire Guide
1866. BLACK, Adam and Charles. BLACK'S WARWICKSHIRE GUIDE. Edinburgh: Adam and Charles Black, 1866. (New edition.) xii + 220 pp. + 2 folding maps and 48 pp. publisher's advertising at rear. 16mo. green cloth with gilt spine and cover lettering, cover design (Shakespeare bust and three coats of arms). Near fine, bright and clean exterior,ink and pencil ownership on first blank recto. Front endpapers have gold ink and inkstamped price. Some offsetting from pressed flowers and leaves; a pew pencil margin notes. Folding maps in excellent condition. Very well kept copy. .
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 POSTCARD ALBUM, 134 Postcards, Mostly Massachusetts & New Hampshire, Circa 1935-1938
POSTCARD ALBUM
134 Postcards, Mostly Massachusetts & New Hampshire, Circa 1935-1938
1935. .
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Book number: 86529
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DE AMICIS, EDMONDO
Holland
1894. DE AMICIS, Edmondo. HOLLAND. Philadelphia: Henry T. Coates, (1894). First edition, translated from the 13th edition of the Italian by Helen Zimmern. Illustrated from photographs with folding map in vol 2. Complete in two volumes: 273 pp.; 275 pp. 8vo. blue cloth decorated spine in gilt, top edge gilt. Fine in original blue cloth dust jackets and slipcase. .
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 ANSON, GEORGE, Voyage Round the World in the Years Mdccxl, I, II, III, IV
ANSON, GEORGE
Voyage Round the World in the Years Mdccxl, I, II, III, IV
1748. LARGE-PAPER SUBSCRIBER'S COPY PRINTED ON ROYAL PAPER PRINTED FOR THE AUTHOR ANSON, George; Richard Walter, compiler. A VOYAGE ROUND THE WORLD IN THE YEARS MDCCXL, I, II, III, IV. By George Anson, Esq; Commander in Chief of a Squadron of His Majesty's Ships, sent upon an Expedition to the South-Seas. Compiled from Papers and other Materials of the Right Honourable George Lord Anson, and published under his Direction, by Richard Walter, M. A. Chaplain if His Majesty's Ship the Centurian in that expedition. Illustrated with forty-two copperplates. London: Printed for the Author, by John and Paul Knapton, in Ludgate-Street, 1748. First edition, first issue: a large-paper subscriber's copy printed on Royal Paper (leaf size: 28.5 x 22.5 cm). 42 engraved plates of illustrations, maps, plans, and charts; all but one are folding. [34], 417, [3] pp. with a list of subscribers bound in near the front and directions to the binder at the end. Quarto: A4 a4 b1 c-d4 B-3G4 [ ]2. The final two leaves are unsigned. Page 319 is misnumbered 219. Plates are clean but for a few that are foxed. Some scattered, light foxing in text, though a bit heavier in one gathering (E). Full leather binding, worn but sound: contemporary calf boards that have been rebacked, long ago, showing discoloration along joints and some edges of boards. Plain endpapers. All edges marbled. Overall, a very good copy. "Of this important work there were many subsequent editions and translations. Four came out the same year as the original.. Of the two first issued in 1748, one was for the author himself, which is the genuine first.. This famous and unfortunate expedition, consisting at the start of eight ships, was sent under the command of George Anson at the beginning of the war with Spain, to harass the Spaniards on the western coast of South America. Seven ships were lost around Cape Horn and on the coast of Chili and out of 900 men who left England on board more than 600 perished.. The primary objective of the expedition was not attained, but by the capture of the Manila Galleon near China, Anson and the surviving members of his crew reached England much the richer.. Walter's account of the voyage is a model of what such literature should be.." Cox I, p. 49. (Also, Sabin 1629). .
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ANSTEY, CHRISTOPHER
New Bath Guide
1807. (ANSTEY, CHRISTOPHER). The New Bath Guide: or, Memoirs of the B-n-r-d Family. In a Series of Poetical Epistles. A New Edition. London, Vernor, Hood and Sharpe, 1807. Octavo. viii,155pp. +8ff. Satirical anecdotes of British spa behavior, with eight fine wood-engraved plates on India paper. A fine copy, bound by Zaehnsdorf in full brown calf, with triple gilt rules bordering textured, blind-stamped boards, and plain and scalloped rules to inner dentelles. Spine gilt in six compartments with floral and scroll tools, sawtooth and pointille rules, and black lettering-pieces. .
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 [ATLAS], Atlas of the Towns of Revere and Winthrop, Suffolk County, Mass
[ATLAS]
Atlas of the Towns of Revere and Winthrop, Suffolk County, Mass
1906. [ATLAS]. ATLAS OF THE TOWNS OF REVERE AND WINTHROP, SUFFOLK COUNTY, MASS. Boston: Whitman & Howard, 1906. Folio. 22". Double page maps measure 32" by 22". All plans are drawn to a scale of 150 feet to one inch except index map. Includes street index, outline and index map and 25 double-page maps. Interiors are in good condition with some light staining throughout at head and spine, pencil or ink annotations to title page and plates 3, 4, 5, 8. Exteriors are fair with heavily worn half-leather with black cloth boards and gilt-stamped edges. A good copy. .
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 [ATLAS], Atlas of the City of Boston Volume 6 West Roxbury
[ATLAS]
Atlas of the City of Boston Volume 6 West Roxbury
1896. [ATLAS]. ATLAS OF THE CITY OF BOSTON VOLUME 6 WEST ROXBURY. Philadelphia: G. W. Bromley and Co. 1896. Second edition. Folio, 22.5". Contains street index, outline and index map and 30 double-page maps measuring 22.5" by 32". Maps have only minor soiling to margins and occasional pencil annotations (plates 1 and 27). FFEP and title page have large chips. Bound in half leather, now mostly chipping or absent. In need of rebacking, front board detatched. .
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Book number: 86739
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 [ATLAS], Atlas of the City of Chelsea and the Towns of Revere and Winthrop
[ATLAS]
Atlas of the City of Chelsea and the Towns of Revere and Winthrop
1896. [ATLAS]. ATLAS OF THE CITY OF CHELSEA AND THE TOWNS OF REVERE & WINTHROP MASS. Philadelphia: G. W. Bromley and Co. 1896. Folio, 22.5". Contains street index, outline and index map and 22 double-page maps measuring 22.5" by 32". Maps have only minor soiling to margins and occasional pencil annotations (plates 12, 17, 18, 21 and 22). Bound in half leather, now mostly chipping or absent. In need of rebacking, front board detached. As is. .
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Book number: 86740
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BACON, EDWIN A.
Walks and Rides in the Country Round About Boston
1897. BACON, Edwin A. WALKS AND RIDES IN THE COUNTRY ROUND ABOUT BOSTON. COVERING THIRTY-SIX CITIES AND TOWNS , PARKS AND PUBLIC RESERVATIONS, WITHIN A RADIUS OF TWELVE MILES FROM THE STATE HOUSE. Boston: Houghton: Mifflin and Company, 1897. First Edition. 16mo. Four maps. Green cloth stamped in gilt to front and spine. Minimal wear. A few tears to map pockets. Very good. .
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BAEDEKER, KARL
Dominion of Canada with Newfoundland and an Excursion to Alaska
1907. BAEDEKER, Karl, ed. THE DOMINION OF CANADA WITH NEWFOUNDLAND AND AN EXCURSION TO ALASKA. Leipzig/London/New York: Karl Baedeker/T. Fisher Unwin/Charles Scribner's Sons, 1907. Revised and augmented edition. lxiv + 331 pp. 12mo. flexible red cloth boards with gilt lettering and marbled edges. Clean and bright, minor shelfwear at spine, original ribbon markers. Complete with all maps present. Slight edgewear. .
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 BOSTON, King's Hand-Book of Boston
BOSTON
King's Hand-Book of Boston
1881. (BOSTON). KING'S HAND-BOOK OF BOSTON. Profusely Illustrated. Cambridge: Moses King, 1881. Fourth, revised and enlarged. 8vo. 328pp.Brown cloth stamped in gilt and black to front and spine. Light wear to cloth and extremities. Light foxing to plates. Tab-mounted double-page map in fine condition. A solid attractive copy. .
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BROUWER, G.J.
Frederik Muller: Catalogue of Books, Maps, Plates on America, and of A.
1966. BROUWER, G.J. CATALOGUE OF BOOKS, MAPS, PLATES ON AMERICA AND OF A REAMARKABLE COLLECTION OF EARLY VOYAGES. Amsterdam: N. ISrael, 1966. Reprint of 1872-75 edition. 8vo. 420pp. 174pp. + index. Pt. I.- BOOKS, Pt.II- BOOKS (Supplement). Pt.III.- PORTRAITS-AUTOGRAPHS-PLATES- ATLASES AND MAPS. A nice bright copy. Fine. .
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 MALTE-BRUN, CONRAD, Precis de la Geographie Universelle (Atlas Volume)
MALTE-BRUN, CONRAD
Precis de la Geographie Universelle (Atlas Volume)
1843. Malte-Brun, Conrad. PRECIS DE LA GEOGRAPHIE UNIVERSELLE ou Description de Toutes les Parties du Monde.. d'apres les grandes divisions naturelles du globe. Revised and augmented by Jean-Jacques-Nicolas Huot. Atlas volume. Paris, Bureau des Publications Illustrees, 1843. Folio. (iv)pp. (86)ff. Contemporary red quarter-morocco, gilt. Contains 86 plates with 72 beautifully engraved, hand-colored maps, fourteen of them double-page. Without the text volumes, published 1840-42. One-inch tear to edge of one plate, not affecting printed area, and wear to extremities of binding, else fine. The plates are clean and lovely. Only one copy of the set, which may or may not include the atlas, listed in OCLC. .
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 BUCHANAN, ROBERT, Land of Lorne: Or, a Poet's Adventures in the Scottish Hebrides
BUCHANAN, ROBERT
Land of Lorne: Or, a Poet's Adventures in the Scottish Hebrides
1871. BUCHANAN, Robert. THE LAND OF LORNE: OR, A POET'S ADVENTURES IN THE SCOTTISH HEBRIDES, INCLUDING THE CRUISE OF THE "TERN" TO THE OUTER HEBRIDES. 2 volumes in one. New York: Francis B. Felt & Co. 1871. 384 pp. 12mo. green cloth with gilt spine lettering and cover vignette. Very good, spine nicked with minor shelfwear at heel and crown. Gilt details bright. Missing front flyleaf. Photo reproduction double portrait frontispiece with tissue guard. Title page bears tiny ink number at top right. Interior clean. Charming book and an appealing copy. .
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Book number: 79393
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BYNG, JOHN
Clouds & Sunshine by an English Tourist of the Eighteenth Century
BYNG, Hon. John, ed. Cyril Bruyn ANDREWS. CLOUDS & SUNSHINE BY AN ENGLISH TOURIST OF THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY: Part I of the Tour of 1789 from the Torrington Diaries by the Hon. John Byng (1743-1813). Marlow, Bucks: Roy Patrick Smith [n.d.]. 53 pp. 8vo. beige glazed buckram with gilt spine lettering and cover vignette. Covers somewhate soiled, interior has light to moderate foxing to preliminaries and end matter. Very good overall. .
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 CAMPBELL, JOHN, Account of the Spanish Settlements in America
CAMPBELL, JOHN
Account of the Spanish Settlements in America
1762. [CAMPBELL, JOHN.] AN ACCOUNT OF THE SPANISH SETTLEMENTS IN AMERICA. Edinburgh: Printed by A. Donaldson and J. Reid for the Author, and A. Donaldson, 1762. First edition. Small 4to. xvi + 512 pp. with folding frontispiece engraving, A New General Map of America. Full calf, boards detached, spine missing. Ex-library with usual markings. Ffep through title page, pp. 505 - rfep detached. Map with North and South America, Spain's Western coast on the right, Azores, Canary, Madera and Cape Verd Islands, inset illustration of the port of Havana with identified buildings on the lower left. Map has a few small closed tears, no loss. Title page continued: "In four parts. I. An account of the discovery of America by the celebrated Christopher Columbus; with a description of the Spanish Indian colonies in the West Indies. II. Their settlements on the continent of South America. III. Their settlements in Peru, Chili, Paraguay, and Rio de La Plata. IV. Their settlements in Terra Firma. Of the different countries in South America still possessed by the Indians, &c. With a description of the Canary Islands. Each part contains An accurate description of the settlements in it, their situation, extent, climate, soil, produce, former and present condition, trading commodities, manufacture, the genius, disposition, and number of their inhabitants, their government, both civil and ecclesiastic; together with a concise account of their chief cities, ports, bays, rivers, lakes, mountains, minerals, fortifications, &c.; with a very particular account of the trade carried on betwixt them and Old Spain. To which is annexed, a succinct account of the climate, produce, trade, manufactures, &c. of Old Spain." Section at the end, pp. 472-512, account of the "Siege and Surrender of the Havannah". As is, complete. .
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CARR, JOHN
Stranger in France: Or, a Tour from Devonshire to Paris
1806. CARR, John. THE STRANGER IN FRANCE: OR, A TOUR FROM DEVONSHIRE TO PARIS. Brattleboro: Printed for Isaiah Thomas, Jun. Worcester, 1806. 288 pp. 12mo. tree calf with gilt morocco spine label. Boards show moderate wear, joints somewhat tender. Front flyleaf missing. Ex-library with no external markings. Inkstamps and bookplate to front pastedown and title page. Title page chipped 1 inch at bottom corner, slightly affecting text. Text age-toned with some foxing. A nice example of an early American binding. .
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DE CHAPELLE, CLAUDE-EMMANUEL LULLIER
Voyages En France
1808. CHAPELLE, Claude-Emmanuel Lullier, et al. VOYAGES EN FRANCE. Paris, Joseph Chaumerot, 1808. Four 12mo volumes. Among the numerous authors whose accounts of French journeys are collected here are Bachaumont, Pompignon, Flechier, Desmahis, Racine, Voltaire, LaFontaine, Marmontel, Lefranc de Pompignon, Beranger, Bernardin de Saint-Pierre, Hamilton. Illustrated with 28 fine little engravings by Gaucher, Pauquet, Villerey, Bovinet et al. after Lemire et Marillier, Fragonard fils, LeBrun and others. (Title-pages offer conflicting numbers as to the total amount of plates: Vols. 1 & 2 call for 32; vols. 3 & 4 call for 36. This copy has 28.) These show French scenes, including Roman monuments, local festivals and customs, author portraits, etc. A delightful collection of French travel writings, charmingly illustrated. Green morocco, quite worn and dried out, rebacked in cloth, two outer hinges starting, with library markings. .
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 CLARK,JOSEPH G., Lights and Shadows of Sailor Life
CLARK,JOSEPH G.
Lights and Shadows of Sailor Life
1847. CLARK, Joseph G. LIGHTS AND SHADOWS OF SAILOR LIFE, AS EXEMPLIFIED IN FIFTEEN YEARS' EXPERIENCE, INCLUDING THE MORE THRILLING EVENTS OF THE U.S. EXPLORING EXPEDITION, AND REMINISCENCES OF AN EVENTFUL LIFE ON THE "MOUNTAIN WAVE". Boston: John Putnam, 1847. First Edition. 8vo. pp. 324. Red cloth, blindstamped front and back and stamped in gilt to front, back and spine. Corners bumped, head and tail of spine chipped. Front hinge weak. Endpapers toned, light foxing to margins throughout. An account of the Wilkes U.S. exploring expedition. .
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 CLUVER, PHILIPP, Introductionis in Universam Geographiam
CLUVER, PHILIPP
Introductionis in Universam Geographiam
1729. CLUVER, Philipp. PHILIPPI CLUVERI INTRODUCTIONIS IN UNIVERSAM GEOGRAPHIAM, tam VETEREM quam NOVAM LIBRI VI. Cum integris Johannis Bunonis, Joh. Frid. Hekelii & Joh. Reiskii, & selectis Londinensibus notis. Textum ad optimas Editiones recognovit; Pauca Cluverii, multa interpretum sphalmata obelo notavit; Bunonianis Tabulis geographicis passim emendatis novas accuratiores addidit; Praefationemque de Cluverii fatis & scriptis Historico-criticam; cum praecognitis geographicis, praefixit Augustinus Bruzen la Martiniere .. Editio omnium locupletissima. Amstelaedami: Apud Petrum de Coup, 1729. First published in Leiden, 1624, this is the last edition of Cluver's popular geographic history. Illustrated with an engraved frontispiece, 47 maps (16 folding), 4 plates (2 folding), and 1 folding table. Quarto. [42],688,[59] pp. 24.7 x 19.2 cm (9 3/4 by 7 5/8 in.) Handsomely bound in a modern, full vellum binding in period style, having green ribbon ties and a handwritten title on spine. A complete copy. The frontispiece and title-page are browned. There is a small, light dampstain that begins at the bottom forecorner of p. 639. The last few leaves of the index show general light soiling and are rather tired. Overall, a clean and fresh copy. The main text describes all the countries of the world, including a section on America and the islands of the 'New World' (pp. 666-686), and is illustrated throughout with engraved maps. The accompanying map of America (it depicts North, Central, and South America), the last one in the atlas, shows California as an island. The text includes notes by Johann Buno, Johann Friedrich Heckel and Johann Reiske, taken from earlier editions of the work; these are printed throughout in smaller type in double columns beneath the main text. Text in Latin. A bibliography of preceding editions is given on pp. [9-10], along with a list of errata and directions to the binder on pp. [41-42], in the unpaginated section at the beginning of the book; and there is a [59] page index at the end of the volume. (Graesse 2, p. 204; Sabin 13085). .
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COLTON, WALTER
Deck and Port; or, Incidents of a Cruise in the United States Frigate
1850. COLTON, Walter. DECK AND PORT; OR, INCIDENTS OF A CRUISE IN THE UNITED STATES FRIGATE CONGRESS TO CALIFORNIA. WITH SKETCHES OF RIO DE JANEIRO, VALPARAISO, LIMA, HONOLULU, AND SAN FRANSISCO. New York: A.S. Barnes & Co. 1850. 12mo. 408 pp. B/w illustrations. Lacking frontis. and plates. Brown cloth, blindstamped to front rear and spine and stamped in gilt to front and spine. Cloth moderately worn. Corners bumped. Faint dampstain to first few gatherings and light foxing throughout. Bookplate and prior ownership in ink to ffep. (Sabin 14799, Howe 624). .
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 PRANG & COMPANY, Map of Boston, 1875, After the Latest Surveys, with All the
PRANG & COMPANY
Map of Boston, 1875, After the Latest Surveys, with All the
1875. L. PRANG & COMPANY. MAP OF BOSTON, 1875, AFTER THE LATEST SURVEYS, WITH ALL THE IMPROVEMENTS IN PROGRESS. Boston: L. Prang & Co. 1875. 22 x 27 1/2 inches unfolded, 32mo. size brown cloth boards when folded. Boards worn at spine, blindstamped "Prang's Map of Boston" on front cover. Map in black and white. A few small stains, many joints with closed tears and acetate tape repairs to front and reverse sides, less on front side. "A Complete Guide To Strangers, showing distinctly the Hotels, Public Buildings Steam and Horse Rail Roads & Places of Amusement." With alphabetical directory of streets printed below the map. Some points of interest are the Base Ball Grounds off Tremont Street near Franklin Street, the West Boston Bridge, the Cross and Mill Dams, and of course Soth Bay, now mostly filled in. Ad for Prang's American Chromos on inside rear pastedown. .
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 THE NATIONAL PUBLISHING COMPANY, National Publishing Company's Railroad, Post Office, Township and Coun
THE NATIONAL PUBLISHING COMPANY
National Publishing Company's Railroad, Post Office, Township and Coun
1902. THE NATIONAL PUBLISHING COMPANY. NATIONAL PUBLISHING COMPANY'S RAILROAD, POST OFFICE, TOWNSHIP AND COUNTY MAP OF MASSACHUSETTS, RHODE ISLAND AND CONNECTICUT. With Distances in Figures Compiled from the Latest Surveys and Original Sources. Boston: The National Publishing Company, 1902. Full - color lithographed folding map. 37"x 38 1/2". Folds to 4 3/8"x 9 1/2". Brown cloth boards stamped in gilt to front. Clean and bright. A few small tears to seams. Minimal wear to boards. .
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