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John TolandThe Rising Sun
$60.00
Publisher: Random House, 1970
4th printing of the first edition hardcover in dust jacket Inscribed then Signed by John Toland on the half title page: The Rising Sun, The Decline and Fall of the Japanese Empire; winner of the 1971 Pulitzer Prize for nonfiction; illustrated with photos; no prior owner marks; a few pages were dog-eared;Â tight binding; clean cloth cover bright gilt titling; dj edge wear- short tears at spine ends and corners; flap price clipped; shelf rub to gloss of panels amsbibabeb Signed.
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john tolandthe rising sun
$553.97
Publisher: Randon House, 1970
Randon House, 1970. good/good.first edition first print (Random House,1970) hardcover w/dust jacket Inscribed, signed and dated by John Toland on half title page-else unmarked. small stain top corners of center pgs; tight bind no split hinges clean cloth cover bright gilt titling/decoration; dj edge wear at head of spine-short tears at head of spine; flap price present crease in dj flap amsbib First edition. Signed.
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TOLAND, JohnTHE RISING SUN: The Decline & Fall of the Japanese Empire 1936-1945
$12.00
New York [1971], Bantam. White stiff wrs., 1072p., index, 8 maps, 60 b.w. photos between p.528 and p.529, sources, very good.; A monumental narrative history, told primarily from the Jap- anese viewpoint, traces the dramatic fortunes of modern Jap- an from the invasion of Manchuria & China to the atom bomb. * * * * BUY WITH CONFIDENCE 47 YEARS EXPERIENCE AS A PROFESSIONAL BOOK DEALER * * * * !Established 1967 * * * !! WARNING: The entire above description is COPYRIGHT protected material...RARE ORIENTAL BOOK CO.
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TOLAND, JohnTHE RISING SUN: The Decline & Fall of the Japanese Empire 1936-1945
$110.00
New York [1970], Random House. Red cloth, dj., very good, 954p., index, end paper maps, 8 maps, 68 b.w. photos. FIRST EDITION; A monumental narrative history, told primarily from the Jap- anese viewpoint, traces the dramatic fortunes of modern Jap- an from the invasion of Manchuria & China to the atom bomb. * * * * BUY WITH CONFIDENCE 47 YEARS EXPERIENCE AS A PROFESSIONAL BOOK DEALER * * * * !Established 1967 * * * !! WARNING: The entire above description is COPYRIGHT protected material...RARE ORIENTAL BOOK CO.
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