Titre : Atlas Hierarchicus: Descriptio Geographica ...
Éditeur : St. Gabriel-Verlag, Modling
Date d'édition : 1968
Reliure : Hardcover
Etat du livre : Good
Folio. Maps, b/w and color. Includes separate staple-bound folio supplament entitled 'Atlas Hierarchicus. An Historical Introduction and Explinations of the Maps'. Red cloth hardcover in good condition. Boards bowed. Slightly cocked spine. Light rubbing, fading, and scuffing to extremities. Bumping, rubbing, and chipping to corners of boards as well as to head and tail of spine. Gold gilt title to front board. Title written in white to spine. Library call number written to tail of spine. Library sticker to front endpaper. Library stamps to front and back covers of supplament as well as to back endpaper and pastedown paper of text. Paper remnants to back endpaper from previous library pocket. Light fading and scuffing to pages. Sound binding. Clean text. N° de réf. du libraire 176064
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