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    Clarence E. Dutton. Atlas to Accompany the Monograph on the Tertiary History of the Grand Cañon District. Washington: Julius Bien & Co., 1882. First edition. Large folio (19.875 x 16.5 inches; 505 x 420 mm. (horizontal measurement from the stub to the fore-edge)). [2, title-leaf], [2, contents] pages with twelve double-sheet maps and fourteen panoramic views on ten double-sheets prints (four views in color); sheets mounted on prepared stubs, as issued. Publisher's dark brown cloth, front board lettered in gilt. Ex-library copy. Covers rubbed and lightly soiled, backstrip with large blemish toward the base of the spine, likely to erase library markings; spine ends worn with some fraying; corners bumped and worn. Hinges cracked; both pastedowns with a bruised area from adhesive removal; call letters rubber stamped on the title-leaf verso. Light marginal soiling and short closed tears throughout; some toning to the unprinted pages of sheets with colored views. Very good.

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    September, 2018
    13th Thursday
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