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The Origin of Species, By Means of Natural Selection or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life

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John Murray, London, 1906. Hardback. Condition: Very Good. 6th Ed.. 703 pages. Hardback with mid-green cloth boards and titles in gilt to spine in very good condition, with just a little edge wear and bumping to top and tail of spine. Embossed design to front board. Rubbing to front and rear boards. Ffep torn out, tearing also extending to front pastedown. Front hinge a little loose but holding well; page opposite detached to half way down. Light tanning to text-block edges, particularly along top. Some foxing at the start and end of the text and minimal occasional foxing in main text. Rear pastedown crinkled at bottom right corner. Black and white portrait of Darwin as frontispiece, protected by tissue guard which is tanned; tanning has transferred on to title-page. Also contains one fold-out plate. Published 1906, this is a reprint of the popular impression of the corrected copyright 6th edition (1872).

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Author(s):
Charles Darwin
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback

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John Murray, London, 1906. Hardback. Condition: Very Good. 6th Ed.. 703 pages. Hardback with mid-green cloth boards and titles in gilt to spine in very good condition, with just a little edge wear and bumping to top and tail of spine. Embossed design to front board. Rubbing to front and rear boards. Ffep torn out, tearing also extending to front pastedown. Front hinge a little loose but holding well; page opposite detached to half way down. Light tanning to text-block edges, particularly along top. Some foxing at the start and end of the text and minimal occasional foxing in main text. Rear pastedown crinkled at bottom right corner. Black and white portrait of Darwin as frontispiece, protected by tissue guard which is tanned; tanning has transferred on to title-page. Also contains one fold-out plate. Published 1906, this is a reprint of the popular impression of the corrected copyright 6th edition (1872).

Author(s):
Charles Darwin
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback

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