Title: A New Treatise on the Use of Globes; or, a ...
Publisher: Samuel Wood & Sons, New York
Publication Date: 1832
Binding: Full Leather
Book Condition: Good Plus
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
Contemporary brown leather binding has black leather label on the spine with gilt lettering and rules. Covers have a few light scuff/scratch marks, mainly near the extremities of the covers. Extremities are slightly rubbed. Spine is slightly bumped and rubbed/chipped at head and foot, and dramatically darkened at head. Former owner's name appears in blue ink at the top of the ffep. Endpp. are darkened and foxed, with a few water stains. Text is slight;ly foxed, though not interfering with legibility. Embellished with six engraved plates. Binding is sound and tight. Nice copy, digital image available. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 004152
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