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PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY OF THE SEA

by MAURY M.F

Condition: GOOD/NONE


NY: HAPER AND BROS, 1855. A RARE SECOND EDITION SMALL PREVIOUS OWNERS STICKER ALL 12 MAP PLATES ARE HERE ALL COMPLETE EXCEPT FOR PLATE 8 WHICH IS TORN AND MISSING 25 % BOUND IN BROWN WITH GOLD SHIP ON FRONT AND LIGHTLY FADED GOLD LETTERING TO SPINE CORNERS ARE BUMPED ONE BADLY BOOK IS SOLID BUT HAS A CRACK BY THE SPINE ON THE OUTSIDE SOME WEAKNESS TO OUTER SPINE BUT STILL ATTACHED PRETTY WELL CHIP AT TOP OF SPINE ON COVER SOME RIPPLING TO PAGES BUT NORMAL FOR A 158 YEARS OLD AREAS OF FOXING THROUGHOUT THE BOOK STILL A VERY READABLE AND USEFUL TITLE ONE OF THE EARLIEST STUDIES IN OCEANOGRAPHY WORN BUT NOT TOO BAD FOR ITS AGE SMALL PENCIL SIGNATURE DATED JUNE 29 55 MOST PAGES CLEAN AND BRIGHT. STATED SECOND EDITION. HARD COVER. GOOD/NONE. Illus. by MAPS.
  • Bookseller: ardbooks US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 005209
  • Title: PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY OF THE SEA
  • Author: MAURY M.F
  • Illustrator: MAPS
  • Format/binding: Hardcover
  • Book condition: Used - GOOD
  • Jacket condition: NONE
  • Edition: STATED SECOND EDITION
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: HAPER AND BROS
  • Place: NY
  • Date published: 1855
  • Keywords: OCEANOGRAPHY


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