Sharp corners, no obvious scuffs or rubs. However, these are cloth covered and one volume has a small but conspicuous stain on the cover (see photos). Possibly it can be professionally washed away, but that is not certain. Additionally, the slipcase does have some staining and some cracking, but nothing that is jeopardizing it's structural integrity yet.Still, I can get a new one made that will look nearly identical to how this one must have looked in 1932. If interested, let me know and I can give you an estimate of how much extra that would be.
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We are also happy to take additional photos for you if requested. First serialized between March and July of 1844, Alexandre Dumas's "The Three Musketeers" is one of the author's most famous works, the opening installment in the d'Artagnan Romances. A timeless tale of adventure, romance, intrigue, and revenge, it is the captivating story of d'Artagnan, a young man of Gascony, who is determined to become a Musketeer of the Royal Guard.Through his wit and skill with a sword, he befriends the other Musketeers, Athos, Porthos, and Aramis. Together they must foil the nefarious plotting of Cardinal Richelieu against the King and Queen, despite his appearance as an ally. The Musketeers must also overcome the villainous machinations of Milady de Winter, whose lethal criminality threatens those in power and the love of d'Artagnan for Constance Bonacieux. Dumas's classic story has enthralled readers with its fast-paced action, endearing characters, and romantic ideals ever since its original publication. The camaraderie of the Musketeers has been forever immortalized by their famous motto one for all, all for one.
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