Capricorn Books

Quick Search

Author
Title
Description
Keyword
Seller Id
ISBN
Advanced Search
 
 
Browse By Category
American History & Travel
Animation, Cartoons & Comics
Antiques & Collectibles
Architecture/Interior Design
Art - Book Illustration/Illustrators
Art - Canadian
Art - First Nations/Indigenous Art
Art - General
Art Instruction (Incl. Woodworking)
Books About Books
British History
Business, Finance
Canada - Architecture
Canada - Biography
Canada - British Columbia
Canada - Folklore/Mythology
Canada - General
Canada - Maritime Provinces
Canada - Native Peoples
Canada - Natural History

View all Categories
 
Gift Card
Checkout a Gift Card


 
Go To:

Global Book Town
The independent online bookstores on Global Book Town have nearly a million used, rare and out of print books.

 

 
 
 

Search

 - 18 items found in your search

Click on Title to view full description

 
LAKONIA., Bond, Geoffrey.
1 Bond, Geoffrey. LAKONIA.
Oldbourne, London, 1966, first edition. 
200 pp, 8vo (8 3/4" H), hard cover in dust jacket. B&w photographs, frontispiece. "During the evening of 19 December 1963 the twin-screw Motor Ship 'Lakonia' slid through the grey waters of the Solent, bound for sunshine and warmer seas. Her hull and superstructure gleamed like 'a newly iced Christmas cake, for she had been recently overhauled and completely redecorated'. (651) passengers were aboard the liner for her Christmas cruise --- The 'Lakonia' began to burn on Sunday, 22 Decem b e r . Four days later she was a pitiful, smoke-grimed wreck, wallowing at the mercy of the waves. On Sunday, 29 December - just a week after the initial diaster - she slid beneath the waters of the North Atlantic to her last resting-place. (Th is ) is t he story of unfortunate, originally minor circumstances, slowly building up until they finally overwhelmed the ship, her crew and passengers. But the pattern of crew and passenger heroism is at least as great as that of any perhaps more dra ma tic di saster. Reluctant to leave the ship, the crew - and many passengers - tried desperately to overcome events and save her. There was no panic - from first to last. Air-sea-rescue, radio, telephone, and computers went into action to s ave tho se i n pe ril on the sea - and it was the first time that the system of A.M.V.E.R. (Atlantic Merchant Vessel Emergency Report), had been used in any major shipping disaster. Ships of all nationalities sped towards the stricken liner. The B riti sh f reigh ter ' Montcalm', the Argentine 'Salta', the Pakistani 'Mehi' - and then there was the ship that passed 'Lakonia' by in her hour of need ---. (This) is a graphic account of the strength and bravery of ordinary persons under threat of deat h. I t is a n open , objective and factual reconstruction of what happened." Wrinkling at bottom of spine, light browning on top of text block. Dust jacket has been price clipped, has light edge wear/wrinkling and a few tiny edge tears, ver y ligh t rubb ing. V ery Goo d/Very Good 
Price: 50.00 USD
 
 
2 Bourinot, J.G. THE STORY OF CANADA.
Toronto Copp, Clark 1896 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good - No Jacket Inscribed By Author
463 pp, 7 3/4" H. Decorated green boards. A volume from The Story of the Nations series. Inscribed on front free endpaper: "T. Tait Esq. / with the best wishes of the author, / J.G. Bourinot / Ottawa, / 29th Dec 1886." B&w illustrations - photographs, reproductions, drawings, maps - some fold-out. Book is lightly cracked at two places - pages firmly held, small printing ink mark in bottom margin of pages 344 & 345, light edge wear, wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, slight bump at corners, two light scuff marks on front board, light browning to edges of text block. 
Price: 30.00 USD
 
 
THE PLAINS OF ABRAHAM., Connell, Brian.
3 Connell, Brian. THE PLAINS OF ABRAHAM.
Hodder and Stoughton, London, 1959. 
288 pp, 8vo (8 11/16" H), hard cover in dust jacket. Map endpapers, maps/battle plans. "A turning point in history two hundred years ago. Here is the exciting and vigorous story of the capture of Quebec and all that led up to it, of the clashes of character between the leaders concerned and of the effect of this victory on the future of the English-speaking world." Two tiny corner bumps, very light browning to edges of text block, light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine. Dust jacket h a s b e e n price-clipped, has light to moderate edge wear/wrinkling - mainly at top/bottom of spine and flap-folds, light browning on spine, a few very small tears archivally taped. Very Good/Good 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
THE WILTSHIRE REGIMENT (THE 62nd AND 99th REGIMENTS OF FOOT).  FAMOUS REGIMENTS SERIES., Gibson, Tom.  Introduction by Lt.-General Sir Brian Horrocks.
4 Gibson, Tom. Introduction by Lt.-General Sir Brian Horrocks. THE WILTSHIRE REGIMENT (THE 62nd AND 99th REGIMENTS OF FOOT). FAMOUS REGIMENTS SERIES.
Leo Cooper, London, 1969, first edition. 
147 pp, 8vo (8 3/4" H), hard cover in dust jacket. B&w photographs, reproductions. Follow the history of the Regiment from the 18th century when they participated in the siege of Louisburg, through 19th century postings including New Zealand, Chin a, India, and South Africa, and on through the First and Second World Wars. In 1959 "the Wiltshires were amalgamated with the Royal Berkshire Regiment to form the Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment (Berkshire and Wiltshire)....Tom Gibson t e l l s t h i s exciting story and brings to life some of the great events in their history, events called to mind by the names emblazoned on the Regimental colours which now hang peacefully in Salisbury Cathedral in the heart of Wiltshire." Incl ud es t he mu si c an d lyrics for the Regimental March, which is based on an old Wilshire tune , 'The Vly'. Tiny light stain in margin of page 48 & 49, very light browning to edges of textblock, light fading to top edge of boards, small bump at top /bo tto m o f sp ine , tin y bump to bottom corners. Dust jacket has moderate edge wear/wrinkling, tiny chips/tears, two 1" tears (archivally taped), browning to spine and flap-folds. Very Good/Good 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
BATTLE LINES: EYEWITNESS ACCOUNTS FROM CANADA'S MILITARY HISTORY., Granatstein, J.L. and Hillmer, Norman.
5 Granatstein, J.L. and Hillmer, Norman. BATTLE LINES: EYEWITNESS ACCOUNTS FROM CANADA'S MILITARY HISTORY.
Thomas Allen, Toronto, 2004, first edition. 
490 pp, large 8vo (9 1/4" H), hard cover in printed plastic dust jacket. ISBN 0887621562 "An outstanding collection of firsthand accounts from the front lines of our military history, drawn from letters, diaries, and reportage from the Plains of A braham and the Red River Rebellion to the battlefields of two world wars and Korea, as well as the harrowing missions in Bosnia and Afghanistan. This is a book that animates our past in the words of those who lived the Canadian military exper i e n c e . Small bump at top of front hinge. Dust jacket has light wrinkling at top of hinges, light rubbing. Very Good/Very Good 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
THE FRENCH ARMY IN AMERICA / L'ARMEE FRANCAISE EN AMERQUE.  & 'EXERCICE DE L'INFANTERIE FRANCOISE' / THE MUSKETRY DRILL OF 1755.  HISTORICAL ARMS SERIES NO. 7., Hamilton, Edward P.
6 Hamilton, Edward P. THE FRENCH ARMY IN AMERICA / L'ARMEE FRANCAISE EN AMERQUE. & 'EXERCICE DE L'INFANTERIE FRANCOISE' / THE MUSKETRY DRILL OF 1755. HISTORICAL ARMS SERIES NO. 7.
Museum Restoration Service, Ottawa, Ontario, 1967. 
108 pp, 10" H, soft cover. B&w illustrations. Bilingual text (English/French). Interior - very small bump to bottom corner of last half of pages, otherwise clean and tight with no other ownership marks. Exterior - minor dints on fore-edge of fro nt cover, small corner crease and minor browning on rear cover. Very Good 
Price: 17.50 USD
 
 
WOLFE AT QUEBEC., Hibbert, Christopher.
7 Hibbert, Christopher. WOLFE AT QUEBEC.
Longmans, Green, London, 1959, first edition. 
194 pp, 8vo (8 3/4" H), hard cover in dust jacket. B&w plates, maps. "In the early hours of the morning on 13th September 1759, a British flotilla drifted silently on the ebb tide down the St Lawrence River towards Quebec. A last and desperate at tempt was being made to capture the town before the ice closed over the river and made further operations that season impossible. By dawn over 4,000 men had disembarked from the landing craft and clambered up the steep and slippery slopes on t o t h e Plains of Abraham. The French were taken completely by surprise and the battle that followed was short and dramatic. By noon the fate of Canada had been decided. In describing the events of this day and the bitter and seemingly hopel e ss s i eg e th at preceded it, (the author) has relied entirely upon contemporary sources, some of which were not available when previous accounts were written. For this reason the story which has emerged is in some respects an unfamiliar one an d the in ci den ta l p ortrait of Wolfe, stripped of the sentimental veneer which two centuries of adulation have built around him, is one which will surprise many readers. (This book) provides not only a vivid account of what has been described a s the most im port ant eve nt in the history of the 18th century, but a fascinating portrait of one of its most famous soldiers." Book slightly cocked, bump at bottom corner of boards, very light browning to edges of text block, light wrinkling a nd bro wning at botto m of spin e, a few very tiny soiling specks on top of text block. Dust jacket has light edge wear/wrinkling at top/bottom of spine and flap-folds, two small edge tears, corner crease on front flap, light soiling, light brow nin g on spine and flap-f olds, a few small brown stains at bottom of spine. Very Good-/Good+ 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
FRENCH CANADA AND THE ST. LAWRENCE: HISTORIC, PICTURESQUE AND DESCRIPTIVE., Hopkins, J. Castell.  Introduction by Cameron Nish.
8 Hopkins, J. Castell. Introduction by Cameron Nish. FRENCH CANADA AND THE ST. LAWRENCE: HISTORIC, PICTURESQUE AND DESCRIPTIVE.
Toronto Coles 1974 Facsimile Edition. Hard Cover Fine Very Good 
431 pp, 8 5/8" H. Burgundy cloth with gilt lettering/banding on spine and front board - one of the Coles Canadian Collection.B&w illustrations. A facsimile of the edition published by John Winston Co., Philadelphia, 1913 - with a new introduction for the Coles Canadiana Collection. "After establishing the physical setting of French Canada and its natural splendor, Hopkins examines and describes the types - religious, social, psychological - who were responsible for the creation of French Canada, and French Canadian society. As themes, Hopkins emphsizes the discoverers Cartier and Champlain, the explorers - fur traders Lasalle, and LaVerendrye, the roles of the Church, the martyrs, the early government administrators. Hopkins' views and sentiments reflected the philosophies of many of his contemporaries, including John A. Macdonald, Wilfrid Laurier and Sir Thomas Chapais. Despite the strong and steady current of Imperial sentiment prevailing, an incipient Canadian nationalism was emerging, fostered by the creation of national heroes, villains and saints." Dust jacket has minor edge wear, light wrinkling/rubbing at bottom of rear hinge. 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
WARPATHS:  TRAVELS OF A MILITARY HISTORIAN IN NORTH AMERICA., Keegan, John.
9 Keegan, John. WARPATHS: TRAVELS OF A MILITARY HISTORIAN IN NORTH AMERICA.
Toronto Key Porter 1995 1550136216 / 9781550136210 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good 
370 pp, large 8vo (9 1/2" H). Map endpapers, b&w illustrations. "Begins with the establishment of New France on the St. Lawrence River and the Fench conflicts with the Indians and British of the Atlantic colonies - the latter ending with the English defeat at Yorktown." It then moves on through the Civil War, battles with native Americans and the story of U.S. and Canadian forces in WWII. Light wrinkling at bottom of spine, small dint at bottom edge of rear board, minor edge wear. Dust jacket is price clipped, has very light edge wrinkling, very small chip at top of spine, small dint at bottom edge of rear panel, very light rubbing. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
WARPATHS:  TRAVELS OF A MILITARY HISTORIAN IN NORTH AMERICA., Keegan, John.
10 Keegan, John. WARPATHS: TRAVELS OF A MILITARY HISTORIAN IN NORTH AMERICA.
Toronto Key Porter 1995 1550136216 / 9781550136210 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good+ Very Good+ 
370 pp, large 8vo (9 1/2" H). Map endpapers, b&w illustrations. "Begins with the establishment of New France on the St. Lawrence River and the Fench conflicts with the Indians and British of the Atlantic colonies - the latter ending with the English defeat at Yorktown." It then moves on through the Civil War, battles with native Americans and the story of U.S. and Canadian forces in WWII. Minor wrinkle at top of spine, one tiny corner bump. Dust jacket has very light edge wrinkling, minor rubbing. 
Price: 16.00 USD
 
 
1759:  THE BATTLE FOR CANADA., LaPierre, Laurier L.  Inscribed.
11 LaPierre, Laurier L. Inscribed. 1759: THE BATTLE FOR CANADA.
McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1990), Ist edition. 
305 pp, large 8vo (9 1/4" H), hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN 0771046995 INSCRIBED BY AUTHOR ON TITLE PAGE: "BONNE CHANCE LAURIER L. LaPIERRE, NOV/90". B&w illus. and maps. "(This book) is no scholarly history. Rather, it is a re-creation of t he battle and of the long siege that preceded it...Lapierre conjures up the rain, the deafening noise of bombs falling on Quebec, the petty squabbles that threatened the military strategies of both sides, and adds his own commentary on event s . H e i s assisted in his interpretations by such historical figures as Bougainville for the French and Townshend for the English, whom he interviews about their roles during those long, hot months of the siege." Minor wrinkling at top/bottom o f sp i ne , v er y minor soiling on front board. Dust jacket has light wrinkling at top edge of rear panel. Very Good+/Very Good 
Price: 17.50 USD
 
 
NORTHERN ARMAGEDDON: THE BATTLE OF THE PLAINS OF ABRAHAM, MacLeod, D. Peter
12 MacLeod, D. Peter NORTHERN ARMAGEDDON: THE BATTLE OF THE PLAINS OF ABRAHAM
Vancouver, British Columbia Douglas & McIntyre 2008 1553654129 / 9781553654124 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good+ Very Good+ 
379 pp, large 8vo (9 1/4" H). B&w and colour illustrations (maps, plates). "(T)he story of the Siege of Quebec and its climax, the Battle of the Plains of Abraham. A brief bloody affair, it brought a brutal end to the Seven Years' War in North America, the first truly global conflict - and the first truly modern one - waged against civilians and cities as well as soldiers and fortifications. This is a story of strategy, generals and geopolitics - and ordinary people. A British sailor, an American irregular, a French officer, a Huron warrior, a nun who tended the wounded; their impressions, captured in letters and journals, give us a new, more human view of the battle, one often absent from the history books. By day's end September 13 (1759), Wolfe was dead and Montcalm dying, the British victorious and the French on the run. France's New World empire was finished. The battle was over, but the musket volleys fired that morning continue to echo through our world. The hardships of North America's First Nations, the birth of Canada, and the rise of the United States can all be traced to that morning's actions. Our world was created on that field 250 years ago. Very small bump at bottom of spine. Dust jacket has minor rubbing, very small wrinkle at bottom of spine. 
Price: 27.50 USD
 
 
13 Proulx, Gilles. BETWEEN FRANCE AND NEW FRANCE: LIFE ABOARD THE TALL SAILING SHIPS.
Toronto Dundurn Press 1984 0919670814 / 9780919670815 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good 
173 pp, large 8vo (9 7/8" H). B&w and color illustrations - photographs, maps, drawings, plans. "(A)n absorbing look at life aboard the sailing vessels which plied the North Atlantic during the French colonial era in North America. Focusing on the first half of the eighteenth century and the Seven Years' War period, this book analyses four major aspects of the crossing: maritime traffic and the outfit of vessels; the Atlantic course and navigation; the people and their occupations; and life aboard the ship. Together they present a fascinating view of sea life. Gilles Proulx has used official correspondence between the Minister of Marine and the Canadian colonial authorities, and the papers siezed on boarded vessels, as well as over one hundred log-books and personal diaries, to obtain a wealth of detail about the rigours of the colonial shipboard experience." Minor wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, one tiny corner bump. Dust jacket has light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine and flap-folds, small faint line indentation on front panel, very light rubbing. 
Price: 35.00 USD
 
 
HISTORY OF THE JEWS IN CANADA:  FROM THE EARLIEST BEGINNINGS TO THE PRESENT DAY.  VOLUME ONE. FROM THE FRENCH REGIME TO THE END OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY., Sack, Benjamin G.
14 Sack, Benjamin G. HISTORY OF THE JEWS IN CANADA: FROM THE EARLIEST BEGINNINGS TO THE PRESENT DAY. VOLUME ONE. FROM THE FRENCH REGIME TO THE END OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY.
Canadian Jewish Congress, Montreal, 1945, first edition. 
285 pp, large 8vo (9 1/4" H), hard cover in dust jacket. Chapter headings: Part One. The French Regime - First Contact with the Country; The Jewish Contribution to New France; Abraham Gradis and General Montcalm. Part Two. The English Colonial Period - The Beginning of Jewish Settlement; The Founding of the First Community; During the American War of Independence. Part Three. The Formative or Sephardic Period - The "Jewish Question" First Appears; The Hart Controversy; Jews Attain Equal Status; The Transition Period; Jews and the 1837 Rebellion. Part Four. The Period of Increased Jewish Acitivity - Beginning of German-Polish Immigration; A Glance at Social Relations; New Communities Founded; Communal Life and the Pacific Coast Settlement; On the Eve of Mass Immigration. Part Five. The Russian Immigration Era - Aftermath of the 1881 Pogroms; An Abortive Colonization Plan; New Fields of Activity; The Broad Social Scene; Jewish Life in the Late Nineties; At the End of the Century. Free endpapers are heavily browned - also some areas on both pastedowns, previous owner's name on free front endpaper, minor browning to pages, light browning/soiling to edges of textblock, moderate edge rubbing, light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine. Dust jacket has chips and tears - some with old archival tape, creases, light browning, area of surface paper loss on rear panel, light rubbing, tiny scuffs, now in mylar sleeve. VG-/Poor 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
BATTLE FOR THE ROCK: THE STORY OF WOLFE AND MONTCALM.  GREAT STORIES OF CANADA SERIES NO. 21., Schull, Joseph.  Illustrated by Lewis Parker.
15 Schull, Joseph. Illustrated by Lewis Parker. BATTLE FOR THE ROCK: THE STORY OF WOLFE AND MONTCALM. GREAT STORIES OF CANADA SERIES NO. 21.
Macmillan, Toronto, 1960, first edition. 
158 pp, 8vo (8 1/2" H), hard cover in dust jacket. Map endpapers, black, white & red drawings. Written for the younger reader. "The dark rock towering in the night - a seemingly impregnable stronghold, the silent approach in open boats with muffl ed oars, the scramble up the cliffs unchallenged by sentinels, the steady line of scarlet-clad infantrymen watching the enemy approach from the walled city across the plain: these are the elements of a story, two hundred years old, most famous o f a l l the stories of Canada. It is the story of the battle for Quebec, key to the French empire in North America. On that September day, two centuries ago, died on the battlefield, Wolfe, the victor, and Montcalm, the vanquished. Today, a s i ng le mo nu ment on the Plains of Abraham commemorate both men: the sick, moody British commander at odds with his brigadiers: the gallant Marquis dogged by misfortune. Modern research has exposed flaws in traditional accounts of these men and t he ba ttl e in wh ich they gave their lives. But the romance of that far-off clash of arms is unquenchable. The day of victory and defeat shines as brightly in the annals of Canadian and imperial history as it ever did. (The author) writes wit h s uch unco mm on f resh ness and power that even readers who know the story feel they are hearing it for the first time." Previous owner's name on free front endpaper, very light browning to top edge of boards and text block. Dust jacket has li ght edge wrin kli ng, v ery l ight soiling, small tear and creases at top edge of front panel. Very Good/Very Good- 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
16 Steele, Ian K. BETRAYALS: FORT WILLIAM HENRY AND THE "MASSACRE".
Oxford University Press, New York, 1993, 8th printing. 
250 pp, 8vo (8 1/4" H), soft cover. ISBN 0195084258 B&w illustrations. "...gives us the true story behind James Fenimore Cooper's classic 'The Last of the Mohicans', bringing to life people such as British commander of Fort William Henry George M onro, French General Montcalm, captive Susannah Johnson, Iroquois chief Hendrick, and the wild frontier world of captives and warriors. Explaining the motives for the most notorious 'massacre' of the colonial period, Steele offers a grippi n g t a l e o f a fledgling America, one which places the tragic events of the Seven Years' War in a fresh historical context." Contents: Approaches; To Battle for Lake George; Fort William Henry, 1755-1757; Siege; "Massacre"; Aftermath; Percepti on s; Ap pe nd ix : M issing New England Parolees; Notes; Index. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - minor corner wear, small crease at corners of front cover. Very Good 
Price: 14.00 USD
 
 
17 Steele, Ian K. WARPATHS: INVASIONS OF NORTH AMERICAN.
New York Oxford University Press 1994 0195082222 / 9780195082227 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good+ Very Good+ 
282 pp, 9 1/2" H. B&w maps, plans, photographs, reproductions. "(P)rovides a sweeping history of the numerous European invasions of North America, painting a dramatic new portrait of the centuries of warfare that shook the continent. Steele's fascinating account destroys the old image of technologically advanced Europeans overrunning primitive savages. Instead, he reveals how Amerindians rose to the challenge of each successive invasion with martial and diplomatic skill, from the defeat of Ponce de Leon in 1513 to a negotiated peace with the British in 1765. In war after war, the Amerindians and Europeans battled in a precarious balance, adapting each other's technology and tactics and seeking each other out as allies and as supply sources of food and weapons. Steele follows the experience of the Spanish at San Agustin, the English at Jamestown and Plymouth, the French at Quebec, and the Dutch at Albany, revealing the vast range of Amerindian strategies for coping with invaders. He continues the story through the arrival of European regulars in 1755, showing how the Amerindians adapted to the resulting changes in warfare and the ultimate British victory over the French. In the end, the triumphant English were faced with a powerful Amerindian campaign against their outlying posts that forced them to accept a military stalemate on the frontier, leading to a negotiated balance of power in 1765." Very light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine. Dust jacket has minor edge wear. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
WITH WOLFE TO QUEBEC: THE PATH TO GLORY., Warner, Oliver.
18 Warner, Oliver. WITH WOLFE TO QUEBEC: THE PATH TO GLORY.
Collins, London, 1972, first edition. 
224 pp, large 8vo (9 1/4" H), hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN 0002119420 Map endpapers, b&w and colour reproductions, maps. "To storm and take Quebec (William Pitt) chose thirty-two year old James Wolfe, the soldier so much admired by Nelson. On ly a few month earlier Wolfe had become secretly engaged, but as a professional soldier he embarked for North America with the utmost enthusiasm. His task was not made easier by the facts that he was opposed by the Marquis de Montcalm, outst a n d i n g for his courage and chivalry; the French had recently been reinforced and were making skilful use of savage Red Indian auxiliaries; and Wolfe's three brigadiers were highly critical and jealous of his promotion over their heads. Finall y, t he a pp ro a ch up the St. Lawrence was extraordinarily difficult owing to its complex shoals. On the other hand, Wolfe had been chosen for his superb handling of men; his expedition included one of the great navigators of history, James Coo ke; an d h elp fr om Ad miral Saunders proved a landmark in the development of combined operations. The advantages were therefore more or less equally divided between the opposing armies. With absorbing skill (the author) recounts the fluctuatio ns o f th e ac tion whi ch led to Wolfe's brilliant victory, death and apotheosis. To follow each stage of the engagement through the accounts of the men who were there - and through the remarkable illustrations collected in this book - is to exp erien ce pe rsona lly o ne of th e th ree great victories of the 'annus mirabilis'." Small area of erased pencil notation on half-title page, minor wrinkling at top/bottom of spine. Dust jacket has been price-clipped, has light wear at top/bottom of sp ine an d flap -folds , a fe w ve ry sm all tears at top edge/spine with old tape, corner crease on front flap, very light browning at top of flaps. Very Good/Very Good- 
Price: 15.00 USD
 


Questions, comments, or suggestions
Please write to info@CapricornBooks.ca
Copyright©2017. All Rights Reserved.
Powered by ChrisLands.com

 

 

cookie