Good Plus. No Jacket. 8vo. Signed by Author Boards clean, lightly scuffed in places, lightly edgeworn at corners and head/foot of spine, spotting to fep and to closed edges of text block, signed by author to fep, pp clean and bright, binding sound.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Signed by Author. xiii, 386 pp. Light rubbing to the corners of the covers. The binding is tight and square, and the text is clean. Very light rubbing to the edges of the jacket. Signed by the authors, with a presentation inscription, on the half-title page.
Near Fine in Very Good, Slight Chips jacket. Signed by Author "In the centuries since the first Josiah Wedgwood (1730-1795) founded the famous pottery in Staffordshire, Wedgwood wares have become an English institution and the achievements of the family have passed into legend. Now, in this brilliantly detailed composite biography, Barbara and Hensleigh Wedgwood have given the legend a face-or rather, many faces, -as they trace the private as well as public lives of four generations of Wedgwoods and their friends" Ex-libris of previous owner embossed on half-title page, together with inscription to that owner signed by both Barbara and Hensliegh Wedgwood. and dated May 9th 1980" 386p. plates (some col) bibliography, index, genealogical tables on endpapers.
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