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Título: The Scandinavian races: The Northmen; the ...
Editorial: The Author
Condición del libro: Good
Descripción New York: Published by the Author (Edward O. Jenkins Imprint), 1878., 1878. Illustrated by Steel engraved tissue frontis. Stated second edition. Original blind-stamped green cloth, gilt print spine, yellow eps. 8vo. pp. xiv, 15-493, . Very Good/No jacket. Chips at caps and corners and some edges, Front hinge tender with corner chip to ep, foxing starting at engraving pages. A.D.: 811-1241; 1241-1536; 1536-1660; 1660-1863. Nº de ref. de la librería OWBSCA112753
Descripción Published By the Author., 1875. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: Good. 1875 Hardcover. B & W Frontispiece with tissue. Ex-Seminary Library. Text is clean. Binding is strong. Dark green cloth cover, stamped borders, gold lettering, lower corners and edge are rubbed. Nº de ref. de la librería mon0000021061
Descripción Published By the Author., New York, 1875. Hard Cover. Estado de conservación: Very Good+. No Jacket. First Edition Thus. 6.25" x 9.25". First edition published with this title. Originally published under the title "History of Scandinavia, From the Early Times of the Norseman and Vikings to the Present Day" (Pudney & Russell, 1958), according to WorldCat and Library of Congress. Dark green cloth with gilt spine titling and yellow endpapers. 493 pages. ~ In quite nice condition, corner tips worn, a few very small tears at head/tail of spine. Front hinge is split at pastedown and free endpaper, which has a tape-repaired tear, but binding is otherwise intact and tight. Interior pages are quite clean and free of foxing. ~~ A very nice copy of this early treatment of early Scandinavian history and culture. In the front matter is reprinted a letter to the author (addressed as Prof. Sinding) from Howard Crosby, Chancelor of the University of the City of New York, in which he states: "It is, therefore, full time that our Universities should have their chairs of Scandinavian literature, as a needful part of the apparatus for a thorough English education, to render more complete the examination of the roots of our speech and race. While this want is felt, we may gladly hail any contribution to American literature which tends to open this interesting field of research. In your volume, my dear sir, I recognize such a pioneer, and rejoice to give welcome." Scarce in this first (thus) edition form. Nº de ref. de la librería 001806