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New York: Basic Books, 1972. Hardcover. xiv, 222p., illustrated in b&w with numerous period images and an 18thC plat map; first American edition in grey cloth boards gilt and dust jacket. Book itself shows faint handling grime and edgewear, but is a good copy, generally sound and entirely clean and.....
Paris: P.C. Stock, 1912. Paperback. vii, 748p., wraps, 4.5x7.25 inches, pages lightly browned, wraps yellowed, front wrap foxed else very good condition. Text in French. French-language translation of "The Great French Revolution". No copies of this edition in OCLC as of 10/2020. Bibliothèque Historique-No. 3.
London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1965. Hardcover. First British edition, a handsome book in an ugly dust jacket in very good condition: vii, 216p., green cloth boards gilt and dj. The plain-ish jacket is rubbed, streaked, and edgeworn, while book itself is quite sound, clean and unmarked.
New York: Columbia University Press, 1962, 1964. Paperback. Respectively xviii, 366, xiv, 430p., a softbound pair in matching 8x5 inch wraps, one red one blue; first chapter of v.I bears yellow hi-liting (to p.33), slight rubbing and edgewear, otherwise an excellent set: sound and clean, and not marked in any.....
Paris: Les Editions de Minuit, 1981. 368p., first trade edition, softbound in 7x5 inch plain printed white wraps. Externally expect mild signs of handling, a light corner crease and reader's crease to spine panel; internally a bit of ownership ink to first blank, to p.165 (an inkstain), and to p.280.....