Montgomery, Alabama: Peter A. Brannon, 1965. First. Quarto; VG-/G+; Pale grey spine, no text; DJ age-toned with general shelfwear and edgewear, light foxing peppers both covers, negligible rubbing rubbing at corners, chipping at both ends of spine and along edges of DJ, closed tear along front cover's top edge adjacent to corner, closed tear along back cover's tail edge adjacent to corner; Boards strong, age-toned, otherwise clean, rubbing at tail corners and tail end of spine; Textblock age-toned, otherwise mostly clean, foxing along front and back pasteboards and free-end papers, evidence of water damage along rear gutter, freckled foxing along all edges; pp 164.
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Confederate Stamp Alliance, Inc., 2016. First. Quarto; VG/no-DJ paperback; Staple-bound spine; Covers clean with general shelfwear and edgewear, light chipping at back cover top corner, at top of spine, and along fore edge of front cover, entire fore edge of text, from the view of the front cover, is slightly bent upwards; Textblock clean, text and images vibrant; pp 71.
Bay Harbor Islands, FL: Kenneth R. Laurence, 1989. Second Edition. Quarto; VG/no-DJ; Grey spine with gold text; Boards strong, clean, light rubbing at corners and at both ends of spine, front cover has several small stains close to the tail edge of spine, as does the back cover; Textblock clean, faint musty odor, first few signatures appear on the verge of separation, but they are not loose, light foxing on front and back free-end papers, spine is just barely cocked; pp 439.
Richmond, VA: The Dietz Press, Incorporated, 1959. First - 1959 Edition. Octavo; G/no-DJ; Grey spine with blue text; Boards are darkened with age otherwise clean with shelfwear and edgewear, corners are rubbed and fraying, as are both ends of spine, front and back covers are heavily edgeworn, as are both edges of spine, front cover has an 1"-long blue penmark adjacent to spine, spine is worn out in small patches, and there is a wrinkle close to top of spine, back cover has a handful of scratches; Textbook lightly age-toned, otherwise clean, front and back hinges cracked, remainder of previous owner's book stamp affixed to front free-end paper, light staining along top edge and corner of tail edge; pp 282.
Varanasi, India: Indological Book House, 1969. An English Language Reprint of 1897 Edition. Octavo; Good condition; Red spine no text; Boards strong, generally clean, rubbing at corners and both ends of spine, boards and edges of spine edgeworn, spine ends bumped, light "bubbling" evident on both covers, long, narrow, vertical abrasion on back cover; Textblock darkened with age, generally clean, signatures separating, partially detached, one section almost entirely detached, pages not flush with one another, staining along exposed signature, staining in gutter between title page and opposite page, potential foxing, one section of book has dog-eared tail edge corners; pp 56. NOTE: Shelved in Netdesk office, in 13's ephemera box.
Saratoga, CA: Silk Road Foundation, 2003. First. The following applies to both volumes unless otherwise noted: Quarto; VG/no-DJ staple-bound periodical without covers; No Cover; Textblock clean, Vol. 1 - bottom corner of front page is lightly dog-eared, top corner of front page has a deep crease that extends throughout the textblock, back page has a small closed tear near the spine, the bottom half of the page is crimped, and there are several small black smudges close to the tail edge, Vol. 2 - small indentation on tail edge of back page that presses through half of the textblock; pp Vol. 1 - 28, Vol. 2 - 56.