Tenth edition, 1837. 16mos, 1/8 leather, marbled boards. Spine detaching but still connected, text block solid with all pages present. Rubbing to boards, spine and edges. Pages very clean.
8vo, 132pgs. German text. Quarter bound in brown cloth and tan paper. Corner tips in brown cloth. The book is an extensive collection of perfume recipes, giving ingredients by weight. Book is solid and interior is clean expect for a few faint instances of foxing and very light toning. Exterior boards have very light rubbing and spine is slightly faded.
Play 4th Edition D&D in style with this deluxe rulebook. The Dungeon Master's Guide provides the Dungeon Master helpful tools and advice to build exciting encounters, adventures, and campaigns for his D&D game. This deluxe volume is a special leatherbound edition of the 4th Edition Dungeon Master's Guide that every Dungeons & Dragons player and Dungeon Master can appreciate.
This useful survey aims to bring a vast amount of research and data on the Mesolithic and early Neolithic of eastern Europe to a wider English speaking audience. It consists in the main of a series of regional overviews, each presented by a specialist from that territory. They discuss important and recently excavated sites, and present radiocarbon sequences. The book also contains broader theoretical articles, and syntheses of important issues and approaches which cover the entire eastern European region.
24mo, 355pgs. Half-bound in black diamond-patterned leather and black buckram, with gilt stamped titling and tooling on the spine. Book contains two foldout plates, "Topography of Olympia" and "Bas Relifs on the Tomb Scaurus", steel-engraved frontispiece and a facsimile of a handwritten note bound-in. Book has light wear to leather extremities. Front hinges tarting but still solid and secure. Previous owner's name stamped on FFEP and written on pastedown. Light toning and pencil markings throughout.
Full bound in burgundy cloth with gilt titling. Binding is solid and interior is clean. Small dark stain bleeds trough first few pages at bottom corner-tips. Some dust soiling on front and tail edge. Spine is slightly faded.
Sm 4to, 315pgs. Full bound burgundy cloth with gilt titling. Binding is slightly cracked at front hinge but firmly attached. Interior is clean with toning to pages. Book includes two fold-out maps of Angola (at the time, still a Portuguese colony). Some fraying, discoloration and bumping at spine ends and corner tips.