I bought this book in the 90s when young and ambitious. It's been stored in a box with other books for most of the last two decades. There are no marks it apart from a rough patch on the first blue facing page - I expect where the price sticker was. Dust jacket unfaded though has long indentation in the glazed surface - rather like a finger nail pressed into it - the glazed surface is unbroken: invisible unless you tilt the book in the light.
My climbing hasn't improved and my ambition has wained, so maybe time to move on?
Your purchase will help me buy some odds and sods for exploring the Alps once Macron lets us out to play.
Of course the price includes recorded delivery.
If you'd like photos, let me know.
I've no selling history on the forum, but have recently bought some axes and could offer up that seller as a reference if you'd like.
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