Colima of New Spain in the Sixteenth Century
Berkeley: University of California Press, 1932. Paperback. 58p., illustrated with a single large folded map (19x9 inches) neatly bound inside terminal cover. Difficult to unfold but we did that without damage. Softbound in 10.5x7 inch plain printed blue-grey wraps which are badly edgeworn. Cover and text-block are separated along upper half of join, but holding. Topmost inch of spine panel is abraded and chipped one quarter-inch. There is a deep crease to front wrap, and that's the end of bad news: text from half-title to map is in fine clean shape without any markings. As is, scarce early Sauer title with a darn nice map. Ibero-Americana no. 3.