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See All Poems by this Author. Bound-in ribbon place marker. Leaves are numbered and printed on one side only; thus there are about twice as many pages as numbered. Rear of the book contains three pages of Notes. Small brown spot on front cover; light soiling; light general wear; previous owner inscription on FFEP; previous owner name on Title Page. An attractive book overall lightly soiled White is a very tough color to find in lovely condition. First Edition, 2d Issue, page unnumbered.
NearFine Hardcover, no dj.
Maroon cloth, Gilt lettering and stamping. Blank pages next to Endpapers got considerable foxing otherwise The book is Fine condition No Wear, Free of marks inscriptions,etc. Seller Inventory ABE Hard Cover. Published by Thomas B.ufn-web.com/wp-includes/96/logiciel-espion-pc-telecharger.php
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Mosher About this Item: Thomas B. Mosher, Soft cover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. First edition thus. Small 8vo. Original stiff white wrappers stamped in green. Original plain glassine jacket. Publisher's printed board slipcase cracking. Book is fine. One of copies on Japan vellum. Hatch makes no mention of this limitation.
There is also a larger printing on Van Gelder paper. Published by Isbister and Company. From: Rosley Books est.
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About this Item: Isbister and Company. Hard Cover leather binding. Illustrated illustrator. Illustrated throughout. Black leather calf spine and corners. Pebble-grained cloth sides. All edges marbled. Spine has raised bands and dark red leather lettered label. Gild and blind ruled. Minor wear. Spine has hinge damage to upper part. Tightly bound and sound.
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Snow-Bound: A Winter Idyl
This is the first issue technically and appeared in in book form. ASK if you have any questions. Size: Large Octavo. Book cover is full color paste down to match dust jacket. Minute chips to head and heel of spine. Slight discoloration. Size: 8vo. Signed and Numbered Limited Edition. Signed By Designer. First Edition; Second Printing.
Very Good in boards. Some edge wear with rubbed corners. Owner name on fornt end page. Published by Ticknor and Fields, Boston, Snow-Bound by John Greenleaf Whittier. First edition, second state no page on page 52 in original reddish-brown cloth. Publisher: Ticknor and Fields, Boston, Binding is in very good condition, toning to the spine and slight wear to cover tips, wear to the bottom of the spine. Contents clean, foxing to endpapers front and back and to frontispiece. BAL Protected by Mylar. Inventory Very Good; see scans and description. A Winter Idyl. First Ten Thousand; First Edition, second state, with page 52 unnumbered.
Very Good; spine ends moderately worn, corners touched, very modest cover wear; russet is vivid all around; small foxing spots at most blank endpapers; early gift inscription 5 March at ffep; owner's inscription on front pastedown, attesting that this example belonged to the "Sedgwick family in Poughkeepsie, NY" at one time. See all scans. Ships in a new, sturdy, protective box, of course - not a bag. See scans. The exterior is square, very clean, free of corner bumps and edge dings, with a nicely rounded spine; it has no fading and very lightly bumped head and heel of the spine, without fabric damage.
The interior is in just as fine condition. There is a neatly inked inscription on the FFEP; that is the only writing in the book; it is free of stray marks, stains and page damage. The paper is lightly toned but very flexible and the hinges are quite strong. The VG- jacket has small chips at the front corners and at the head of the spine and several small scrapes on the front panel; but the worst damage is a 1" chunk missing at the base of the spine see photo.
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