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Rivers of Iceland

£45.00

Product description

The book has red cloth-covered boards with the title and author written in gilt on the spine. The book has little bumping to the corners and little shelf wear. The endpapers are well-glued to the boards and the spine. The pages are also well-glued to the spine. There is some foxing to the top edges of the pages but otherwise there is little discoloration to the pages. The book has a dedication to an "ambassador" probably from the writer of the foreword "Kristjan Einarsson" although this cannot be definitely verified. The book has several black and white photographs of river scenes in Iceland. It also includes an original loose folded map of Iceland. The dust cover has a green front with a photograph of an Icelandic fish. The dust cover has several tears and areas of wear, especially at the corners.

Item details

Added value:
Probably signed by foreword writer
Author(s):
Major General R N Stewart
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
190 x 128 x 15
Edition:
First (1950)
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
195
Publisher:
Iceland Tourist Bureau
Title:
Rivers of Iceland

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About this item

The book has red cloth-covered boards with the title and author written in gilt on the spine. The book has little bumping to the corners and little shelf wear. The endpapers are well-glued to the boards and the spine. The pages are also well-glued to the spine. There is some foxing to the top edges of the pages but otherwise there is little discoloration to the pages. The book has a dedication to an "ambassador" probably from the writer of the foreword "Kristjan Einarsson" although this cannot be definitely verified. The book has several black and white photographs of river scenes in Iceland. It also includes an original loose folded map of Iceland. The dust cover has a green front with a photograph of an Icelandic fish. The dust cover has several tears and areas of wear, especially at the corners.

Added value:
Probably signed by foreword writer
Author(s):
Major General R N Stewart
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
190 x 128 x 15
Edition:
First (1950)
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
195
Publisher:
Iceland Tourist Bureau
Title:
Rivers of Iceland

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