THE PRINCE

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THE PRINCE
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New York: Limited Editions Club, . Octavo (6-1/4" x 9-3/8") bound in full green, hand-crushed and rolled Florentine morocco leather with gilt stamping on the spine and a gilt-stamped fleuron pattern on the covers copying the design of a book in the library of Lorenzo the Magnificent. Translated from the Italian by Hill Thompson with a new preface by Irwin Edman. Copy #844 of 1500, issued unsigned. Spine slightly darkened. Near Fine in a Very Good slipcase with slight loss of paper on the top edge (Item ID: 018335)


TERMS AND CONDITIONS

We judge condition conservatively. All books are octavo First American or British editions in original bindings offered subject to prior sale unless otherwise noted. Dustwrappers present when described. All autographs are unconditionally guaranteed for life to be genuine. We attempt to note signatures and bookplates when present as well as any defect we see. In any case, any item may be returned, with prior notice, within 7 days of receipt for any reason. All returns should be shipped fully insured and prior notification should be given.

 

SHIPPING
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We request prepayment unless prior credit has been firmly established. Institutions can be billed to suit their needs.

Payment terms can be worked out for larger purchases. Don't be afraid to ask. Please include $11.00 postage for the first book and $6.00 for each additional book.

We will contact you for oversize, heavy, and/or international orders.

We cannot be responsible for uninsured parcels and recommend that you insure your purchases, costs which we can provide when you order. U.S. orders can be sent via UPS or U.S. Mail.

Overseas orders will be sent via priority, air, or private courier, depending upon value and customer's requirements at the approximate actual cost. We do not ship surface rate. PA residents must pay 6% sales tax.

 

LIBRARIANS & COLLECTORS

We are always interested in assisting in building collections in a variety of fields, as well as in purchasing duplicate titles or titles no longer appropriate for current needs.

We always seek fine books in all fields, and you should certainly notify us of your interests.

Charles Agvent
37 Ridge Drive
Fleetwood, PA  19522
484-575-8825
info@charlesagvent.com


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