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Titolo: Ironclads in Action a Sketch of Naval ...
Casa editrice: Sampson Low, Marston and Company, London
Data di pubblicazione: 1896
Legatura: Hard Back
Condizione libro: Poor
Edizione: Third Edition.
READING COPY ONLY. With Maps, Plans, and Illustrations in Two Volumes. Blue cloth boards well stained in blotches where the surface of the cloth has come off. Evidence of book worm at front board of volume 1. Both volume's spines are slanting. Previous owner's rubber-stamp has been used on the first few pages and on the plates of both volumes. Some thumbing throughout. One plate missing from volume 1 (Map/Plan of the Mississippi) at page 64. Else all other maps and illustrations present. Some have come loose from the binding and are dog-eared at edges. Binding frail, especially at volume 2. Books smell musty. Size: 9.25"/6.25". Codice inventario libreria 044634
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