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Four Seasons of the Chesapeake: Spring and Summer

by HAMER, Red

Condition: Near Fine/VG++


Pa.: Four Seasons Book Pub, 1980. Bound in black textured boards with gold lettering to front panel & spine, and is #1144 copy of a limited edition of 5000; is signed by author to title page. Has Chesapeake Bay map decorated end-papers, with color photos throughout volume. Shows a previous owner's signature to top of 1/2 title page, bumped lower spine end with light rubbing to edges. Dustjacket shows occasional overall rubbing. 128 pgs.. Signed by Author. Third Printing. Hard Cover. Near Fine/VG++. 4to.


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