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The Coach-Makers' Illustrated Hand-book

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The Coach-Makers' Illustrated Hand-book

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  • good
  • hardcover
Good/No Jacket
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Middlebury, Connecticut
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About This Item

Philadelphia: I. D. Ware, 1875. Second Edition . Good/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Bound in rust cloth with gilt carriage on front cover, 368 pp. plus 24 pp. ads in rear, front hinge split, covers and spine are quite worn - printing on spine rubbed off, several small holes in cloth on spine; spine has handwritten title "Carriage Building / Property of A. Petersen;" 1" tear in cloth at top of front cover. Contents are complete with slight browning along edges and foxing on end pages; engraved folding frontispiece, numerous b&w text illustrations. A worn but usable copy of an important work. Scan available.


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Michael Carroll Dooling, Rare Books & Manuscripts, LLC US (US)
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The Coach-Makers' Illustrated Hand-book
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Used - Good
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Second Edition
I. D. Ware
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Date published
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8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall

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Michael Carroll Dooling, Rare Books & Manuscripts, LLC

All items offered are subject to prior sale. Payment may be made via Personal Check (10 day clearance), Bank Draft, Money Order, PayPal, Major Credit Card through Connecticut residents please add 6% sales tax. Institutions may purchase with a Purchase Order and will be invoiced for payment within terms of 30 days. Customers ordering from outside the United States please send payment in U. S. currency, a check drawn from a U.S. bank or an International Money Order. Domestically, items will be shipped via U.S. Mail - Media Rate or Priority Mail - in most cases. Shipping costs for heavy books and insurance costs are additional. Orders will be held for up to 7 days pending receipt of payment. All items are guaranteed as described. Items for any reason unsatisfactory may be returned within ten days of receipt, with prior notice. Separate notification of any return is requested, and all items must be insured for their full value. Any returns must be well packaged and sent in a traceable manner.

About the Seller

Michael Carroll Dooling, Rare Books & Manuscripts, LLC

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This seller has earned a 1 of 5 Stars rating from Biblio customers. member since: 2004
Middlebury, Connecticut
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About Michael Carroll Dooling, Rare Books & Manuscripts, LLC

Michael Carroll Dooling, Rare Books & Manuscripts, LLC is located in Middlebury, Connecticut. Michael has been an antiquarian bookseller since 1976 and carries an eclectic array of books and manuscripts.


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