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Good. No Jacket. Signe By Author SIGNED handsomely on the free endpage by James M. Cain. Stated First Edition. A sound First with bright red covers with strong black design and lettering, and graceful Cain initial medallion on front center. Old orange bookstore sticker on rear endpage from Gordon's Satyr Book Shop at 1620 N. Vine in Hollywood. Pages unmarked but there are a few stains on several pages. Between pages 8 and 9 there are several spots that transfer faintly to the surrounding pages. ...
Good. No Jacket. A sound copy covering the history of the early Franciscan missionaries in California and their founding of the 21 California missions. With many engraved illustrations and a map. Pages are clean and binding secure though both front and back hinges are cracked. With handsome allover botanical print to endpages. Two inscriptions are present: one on inside endpage dated 1903 and one on front pastedown. Outer endpages have darkened. Pebble textured covers are thick and sturdy with ...
Edition: First Edition
Publisher: J.S. Scarlett & Son, Ballycastle, Northern Ireland
Date published: 1957
Description: Fine in Fair jacket. Signed by Author SIGNED by the author. A very clean, neat copy with bright red covers in fine condition. Pages have not been opened. With attractive gray mottled design on the endpages. Thin white paper jacket has tears and creasing on edges, and is soiled. A charming in-depth social and political history of Ballymoney, from late medieval times up to around 1900. Scarce title. read more
Edition: Second Edition
Publisher: Houghton, Mifflin, Boston
Date published: 1903
Description: Fine. No Jacket as Issued. Sold as a set. 256 and 374 pp. A handsome, exceptionally well-kept pair. With over 100 illustrations, many with tissue guards. Bindings are for the most part unopened, with hinges perfectly intact, except for a 3mm separation at the front of Vol. 1 Covers are looking fresh and shiney as new. Binding is olive cloth with bright gilt lettering and border lines. Volume I has a small transparent spot on the rear cover. Gilt to top ends has a few light fingernail scrapes. ... read more
Publisher: Office of the Chaplains, Department of the Army, Washington, D.C.
Date published: 1978
Description: Good+ No Jacket. Binding very thick, tight and sturdy. Former owner's name on front endpage (Norddeutschland Community Chaplains Office); small tear on dedication page; some little paper tufts at tops of first pages (printer's error); else Fine. Includes a list of all Army Chaplains in the Revolutionary War. read more
Publisher: New Delhi: S. Chand & Co. 1972, New Delhi
Date published: 1972
Description: Good. No Jacket. Ex-Library Cloth. Good/No Jacket. Ex-Library. Has stamps and pocket on front endpage and free ends. Has a faint circle of water stain at top ends and a slight tilt to upper cover (probably from pocket), but otherwise unmarked. Sound binding. read more