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Stray Leaves from an Arctic Journal-Osborn; 1852; Hardback (Exploration)
Longman; Brown; Green; & Longmans, 1852. Condition: Very Good. Very Good. Gently bruised at the head; tail and corners of the binding with the leather rubbed there and at the joins. Inscription to the second blank. Text complete; clean and tight but the blanks are heavily spotted. A nice copy; and uncommon. Stray Leaves from an Arctic Journal: Or‚ Eighteen Months in the Polar Regions in Search of Sir John Franklin's Expedition‚ in the Years 1850-51 Sherard Osborn London: Longman‚ Brown‚ Green‚ & Longmans‚ 1852‚ HardbackCONDITION NOTESVery Good. Gently bruised at the head‚ tail and corners of the binding with the leather rubbed there and at the joins. Inscription to the second blank. Text complete‚ clean and tight but the blanks are heavily spotted. A nice copy‚ and uncommon. Contains: Colour plates [3]; Fold-out map [1]; Colour frontispiece; All edges marbled; Marbled endpapers; Appendix; Full leather with ruled boards‚ armorial decoration to the upper‚ gilt decorated panels with 4 raised banks. 8¾" x 5¾" [VII] 320 pages. Packed Weight: 1.200 Kg. The Buy It Now price includes postage and appropriate packing within the UK‚ using Royal Mail. BookLovers of Bath is the trading name of David Gower-Spence‚ indisputably the leading book seller in Peasedown St. John at the time of writing this. Delivering books worldwide since 1997‚ I have more than ten thousand books in stock across a broad range of genres. Currently I have another 34 books in this‚ my Exploration catalogue. | Terms of Sale | For payment methods other than PayPal I will confirm the total by email and the book ship … [Click Below for Full Description]
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