Title: 1739 History of Morris County, New Jersey
Publisher: Morris County Historical Society, New Jersey
Publication Date: 1967
Book Condition: Very Good in Fair dj
4to. 407 pp. Light wear to head and tail of spine, some slight creasing to spine, front hinge split and exposed, previous owner's signature to front page, book slightly shaken. Dust jacket in two pieces, spine attached but torn in half, head and tail of spine missing, small portion of front torn away, edgewear, wear to corners, some soiling to dj. Full title: "1739 History of Morris County, New Jersey, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of Prominent Citizens and Pioneers." Illustrations are black and white. Bookseller Inventory # 40885
This bookseller accepts the following methods of payment:
AbeBooks Bookseller Since: March 14, 1997
We accept checks, money orders, Mastercard and Visa.
Libraries & institutions invoiced upon request.
Please be advised that our shipping rates are standard for trade-sized books 2 lbs or less. We will request extra postage for oversized books and books weighing more than 2 lbs.
All Rhode Island orders are subject to a 7% sales tax.
Orders usually ship within 2 business days. Shipping costs are based on books weighing 2.2 LB, or 1 KG. If your book order is heavy or over-sized, we may contact you to let you know extra shipping is required. We have recently adjusted our rates due to the US Postal Service increase. If your package will be cheaper to ship, we will decrease your charge accordingly, and ditto for heavier items. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
Store Description: Cellar Stories has been buying and selling all types of books for over thirty three years. We're the largest used and rare bookstore in the smallest state in the US. While we specialize in Rhode Island History, New England History, Art & Architecture, Modern First Editions, Poetry, and Mathematics, we have a stock of approximately 70,000 volumes covering all categories from vintage paperbacks, pulps and collectible ephemera and postcards to antiquarian volumes on many subjects. Visit our web page: www.cellarstories.com