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Reykjavik: Isafoldarprentsmidja , 1938. Hardcover. Very Good. Large format, heavy (approaching 1 kg) hardback in Icelandic and English, published to mark the 20th anniversary of the independence of Iceland. Brown boards, corners bumped and rubbed, minor edge wear, gold titling to the spine is worn, the joint to either side is rubbed and feels very slightly little loose (though the binding is firm and without damage externally or internally), pages unnumbered but 16 leaves of text, 264 black and white plates over 80 leaves, all in very good condition except for slight damage to the corner of plates 220 and 222 (where the pages have stuck together), scattered use marks, inscription in black ink to the front fly (dated November 1940), paste downs and end papers lightly foxed. A very nice copy. Price includes standard postage worldwide.
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