Definition of term:: w.a.f.

  • With all faults, indicates a book or other item which is being offered without careful delineation of its condition or without careful collation; usually indicates a less than "very good" copy, which probably does have faults, often including excessive wear or missing leaves, plates or maps.
French: w.a.f
Source: What bookdealers really mean. A dictionary by Tom Congalton and Dan Gregory (Between the Covers), with additions from other sources