Author. Poor to Fair. Folio-over 12"-15" tall. Quite worn, spine covering torn halfway up + some at top. Innardss have FFEP+ title pp. detratched, the rest tight & pretty clean except for 2 pp. which are soiled. reading copy.
Fair in No jacket. Folio-over 12"-15" tall Copyright 1939, most likely from about the same period. Externally lightly worn copy in pictorial hardcover with black cloth spine, map endpapers, unpaginated (about sixty pages). Covers rubbed at the edges, especially the corners, spine ends chipped with a small closed tear to the fabric at the front joint, good hinges, sound text block, name at top of front free endpaper, pages generally clean with some occasional light finger soil to the margins, no other markings. Biography of Abraham Lincoln geared for children, with imaginative illustrations from stone lithographs, in both color and in black and white.
Fair. Good copy for reading, may have heavy page wear with writing textual notes highlighting or be an heavily used ex library copy with library markings, stickers or stamps. Dust jacket or accessories may not be included.
Ingri & Edgar Parin d'Aulaire. Near Fine in Near Fine jacket. Large Format. Circa 1980s printing of the 1940 Caldecott Award winner. With one new endpaper, else fine, covered with a bright, barely worn jacket with $6.95 price on flap. Book is tight, bright, and text overall clean.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. Tall 4to. Bright and clean hardcover with dust jacket. Mylar cover protects dust jacket. Color and black and white illust by the D'Aulaires. 1957 reprint of 1939 edition.
Doubleday Books for Young Readers, Garden City, NY
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