Please note this is a hardback copy of the 1950 edition. No Dust Cover. Covers worn and stained. Binding a little loose in places. A book that has not been read unless stated as secondhand, but is in good condition. Minimal damage to the book cover eg. scuff marks, but no holes or tears. Shipped from UK. Orders will be dispatched within 48 hours of receiving your order. Orders are dispatched Monday-Friday. FREE Returns service (for UK customers) for books upto 2kg please contact us fo.
Acceptable. No Dust Jacket. Ex-Library Ex-library book. This book does not have a publication date. It was not published in 1900. Significantly grubby and faded hardcover with worn lower edges of boards and spine ends and edges and lightly bumped leading corners. Page block is grubby. Small bookseller's sticker on inside front cover. Library plate taped to FEP. Library stamp on title page. Minor gap in the binding at plates XC-XCI; effect negligible. Pages are lightly tanned. Slight bump through lower leading corners of first half of pages. Minor grubby marks on edges of final pages. Text remains clear throughout. With 111 coloured plates and 6 text-figures. No dust jacket. T.
Very good. A guide to the more common larger Basidiomycetes of the British Isles-FIRST EDITION with dust jacket with I I I coloured plates and 6 text-figures-rare and collectable-will send out 1 st class post.
Very Good. Surrey, England: Saiga Publishing Co Ltd, 1981, 2nd Edition, Hardcover. Illustrated throughout in beautiful color plates. Very Good: Solid binding and hinges, light foxing to end pages and text blocks. DJ Very Good in mylar cover.
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