Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are ...Show synopsisMany of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.Hide synopsis
Description:Good. 1925 printing hardcover in black cloth, somewhat faded...Good. 1925 printing hardcover in black cloth, somewhat faded yellow titles; no dust jacket; pages clean, tight, unmarked, a bit tanned at the edges; binding sound and square; very minor soil to covers; ship same or next day in bubblewrap; email confirmation; standard mail takes 4-14 days; expedited mail takes 2-5 days; international orders shipped by global priority mail (5-7 days) whenever possible.
Description:Good to very Good. No Jacket. America First-One Hundred Stories...Good to very Good. No Jacket. America First-One Hundred Stories from our Own History by Lawton B. Evans, illustrated with 10 glossy black and white plates by Milo Winter, published by Milton Bradley-original copyright 1920; this i s the 1938 edition. Hardback 461 page book has heavy foxing of eps, a previous price, etc. written on fep in blue pencil, a brown mark on the front, and a little soiling, but overall is in good to very good condition-pages clean and in good condition-no dj. NOT AN EX-LIB!
Edition: First edition. Same date, title and verso pages.
Publisher: Milton Bradley Company.,
Description:Winter, Milo (Illustrated by). Good. No dust jacket. Top front...Winter, Milo (Illustrated by). Good. No dust jacket. Top front board rubbed to board, 2 inches across. Corner wear. Dulled spine titles. Black cloth over boards, gold-stamped spine titles. Paste-on front color art, gold titles & border. 2 p. L., iii-vii, 447 p. 22 cm. Color frontispiece; grayscale artwork plates. Two-toned end papers. Pen&Ink section art. Audience: Children/juvenile. U.S. History / American Studies / Colonial America: Tales of "Pioneers and Patriots", history made "vital, vibrant, and personal", the author writes in his introduction will inspire its study by children and youth. Emphasis is on adventure and familiarity with America's "great characters". From "Leif, the Lucky" to Hannah Dustin to "How Detroit was Saved" to Acadia to the pirate Blackbeard to the Salem Witches through to the Lusitania, Aviator Frank Luke, and the World War pacifist marksman Sergeant York, the tales are told herein. This is an original, with easy-to-read text spacing for family reading.
Description:Very Good. SIGNED & INSCRIBED by the author, in fountain pen,...Very Good. SIGNED & INSCRIBED by the author, in fountain pen, on half title page, "William Lord Conyngham With best wishes of the Author Dec 1932; author's signature on title page (recipient was a member of a prominent Pennsylvania family). Hardcover, very good. Corners bumped, an approximately 2 inch tear on top edge of front board, with cardboard exposed there, dust mottling on top edge of textblock, a bit of shallow scrapping on lower edge, touch of foxing, otherwise tight, clean, paper crisp, unmarked. A common title, but an uncommon signature of this prolific author. Children's; history; patriotism; autograph.
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