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First edition. 8vo., gold stamped dark green pebbled cloth with blind stamped 1/8" line bordering the front cover, in black/white pictorial dw with b&w photograph of the author, ads on frontis, 9-94pp. A nice copy of an extremely scarce book in dust wrapper. Age related discolouration to front and back endpapers presumably caused by sheets of paper being laid-in, some underlining in pen on s few of the later pages, dust wrapper price clipped and clipped again on the corresponding corner of front flap, with chipping and wear to extremities of dw and 3/4" square piece of yellowed tape to lower front fold with some overall aging, certainly a nicer dw than an accurately cataloged description would suggest. As noted above, this title is extremely scarce in its dw. Note : Please contact SELLERS & NEWEL to specify shipping options and minimize costs. Bookseller Inventory # 2703
Title: About Zionism.
Publisher: New York: Macmillan, 1931.
Publication Date: 1931
Book Condition: Fine
Dust Jacket Condition: Good
Edition: 1st Edition
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