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Macmillan, 1916; vol.2 only; octavo; physically VG ex-libris heavy hardcover - - library indices incl. blacked out old Dewey decimal spine notation, handwritten Dewey decimal spine replacement, rear lending library pocket (this book was never borrowed apparently, so you can be the first to borrow it, and keep it permanently, all without library per diem charges); also, embossed library title page stamp and verso notations; binding is tight, text block is solid; internally clean with no notes or markings; includes charts, illustrations, diagrams, maps; some discoloration on covers;. Very Good.
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- The Deposits of the Useful Minerals & Rocks
- Beyschlag, F. And Vogt, J.H.L
- Book condition
- Used - Very Good
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