SOME IRISH YESTERDAYS
Somerville E. OE and Martin Ross
Book Description: London, Longmans Green, 1919. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good- to Good. New impression. Some Irish Scenes Illustrated by the author, bound in grey cloth and boards, no jacket. Spine with tear and peeling to the head and splitting to the sides. Block clean and tight. Boards with wear to the corners and stain to the upper board. One of a number of similar Items I am selling. Postage combined when taking more than one item, but please await a combined invoice BEFORE paying.
Postage combined/reduced where possible when taking more than one book. ***Canadian Bidders*** Unfortunately Due to the recent changes made by the Royal Mail for deliveries to Canada over 2kg, I am unable to offer books over 2kg to Canadian bidders at the usual rate that applies to North American bidders. Any Canadian bidders wishing to purchase books over 2kg can do so but the cost will be high at £47 Airmail, no surface mail available, although this also gives a limit of 10kg. Heavy items may not be able to be sent to PO Boxes overseas. Contact me for more details
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New: A new book, never used.
As New (AN): Although a used book, it should appear unread with no flaws, just as when it was sold new.
Fine (F): Should have no flaws, a perfect copy of a used book.
Mint: Another term for Fine.
Near Fine (NF): May show a small flaw, such as shelf wear, but nearly perfect and unread.
Very Good (VG): The broadest category for used books, this describes any average used book. May have small flaws, and has probably been read, but should appear overall clean and attractive.
Good (G): Will probably have significant wear or damage, although is still intact. Suitable for reading, but not necessarily a good gift copy. The old saying in bookselling is "good ain't good."
Fair: Another term for Poor or Reading Copy: Heavily worn or damaged, a poor book will be readable but not attractive.
Binding Copy: This will be the complete pages of the book, but the binding has been broken or damaged to the point it will need professional rebinding