xxx et 780 pages. Illustrations. Les 6 numéros de janvier à juin 1932. Frais d'envoi pour vente hors-Canada. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: National Geographic Magazine. Volume 61.
Publisher: National Geographic Society (Washington)
Publication Date: 1932
Binding: Couverture rigide
Book Condition: Très bon
Book Description National Geographic Society, Washington, D.C., 1932. Softcover. Sound binding. Clean, off-white pages with light reading wear. Wrappers are soiled with handling wear, edge wear, tattering at spine. Contents: Day, Flying the world. Jacobi, Hungary, a kingdom without a king. Hildenbrand, Rainbow hues from Hungary. Hildebrand, Budapest, twin city of the Danube. Moore, Raft life on the Hwang Ho. Wilbur, Surveying through Khoresm. Many advertisements. 10.0" tall. Good with No dust jacket as issued. Bookseller Inventory # 3170027
Book Description National Geographic. 61 Volumes - A complete 30 years run. All in very good condition. The bindings as follows:- Vols 71 - 80, 1937 - 1941 in Arends Book Covers Bindings - very strong heavy duty boards with gilt National Geographic emblem to front cover and gilt titles to spines - brown deckled boards - there are 10. Then, Vols.81 and 82 for 1942, in good heavy brown textured binding with bright gilt titles to front and spine., 2 of., Vols 83 and 84 for 1943, in lighter medium brown boards with gilt titles to front and spine,2 of. Vols.85 and 86 for 1944 are in very dark Lincoln green boards with gilt titles to spine, 2 of. Vols.87,88,89 and 90 are in chocolate brown textured boards with gilt titles to front boards and spines, 4of. Vol.91 for 1947 in tan brown boards with gilt titles to front board and spine and Volumes 92 to 98 from 1947-1950 are in a light tan coloured textured binding with gilt titles to front boards and spine, 7 of. Vols. 99-102, 1951-52 are in a shade lighter tan but the same sturdy bindings, 4 of, Vols.103-106 for 1953-54 are in a darker medium tan binding (4 of) and Vols 107-108 for 1953 have the lighter tan binding again (2 of). Vols 109-112 for 1956 to 57 go back to the medium tan colour binding (4 of). The volumes 113 to 132 running from 1958 to 1967 have the most magnificent black bindings with blind stamped ornate boards and gilt titles to front boards and to the spines which are also blind stamped ornately. They also have lovely decorated endpapers in a globes and clouds design. A splendid set of 61 volumes in total which although not all matching do tone into one another beautifully. All have previous owners attractive bookplate to front pastedown. An extremely heavy set so please do talk to us about postage costs. Bookseller Inventory # 39111