Titolo: ACROSS THE GULF A NARRATION OF A SHORT ...
Casa editrice: RALPH FLETCHER SEYMOUR, CHICAGO, IL
Data di pubblicazione: 1928
Legatura: Hard Cover
Condizione libro: VERY GOOD CONDITION
Condizione sovraccoperta: NO DUST JACKET AS ISSUED
Edizione: FIRST LIMITED EDITION.
Tipologia articolo: TRAVELOGUE
63 + (1) PAGES. TAN COLORED BUCKRAM COVERED SPINE AND QUARTER OF THE COVERS. ORANGE COLORED PAPER COVERING 2/3 OF THE BOARDS. A MAYAN DESIGN WOOD CARVING ILLUSTRATION GRACES THE FRONT COVER PAPER. SOME BUMPING AND WEAR OF THE BOTTOM FRONT CORNER, OTHERWISE THE BOOK IS IN FINE CONDITION. PRINTED ON HEAVY PAPER AT THE ALDERBRINK PRESS IN CHICAGO, ILLINOIS IN A LIMITED EDITION OF WHICH THIS IS NUMBER 326 OF425 NUMBERED AND SIGNED COPIES. RALPH FLETCHER SEYMOUR HAS SIGNED THIS COPY TWICE, ONCE ON THE COLOPHON PAGE AND ANOTHER PRESENTATION SIGNATURE ON THE HALF TITLE PAGE. THE BOOK CONTAINS 24 BLACK AND WHITE WOOD CARVING ENGRAVINGS OF SCENES, INDIANS AND MAYAN RUINS IN YUCATAN INCLUDING A FOLD OUT MAP ENGRAVING OF YUCATAN IN 1928. Size: 7 15/16" X 10 7/8". Codice inventario libreria 002671
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