Illustrated. Good. No Jacket. First line: "While the thunder of her sixteen hundred horses shook the earth, she stood quivering with anticipation, her lines as graceful as those of any living thing." Book is in good condition with small edge tear to page 17, some browning to the innerboards, stains and soil to the cover, edgewear and soil. 228 pages, 8 x 5.5.
Good. No Jacket. Damned to Glory, by Robert L. Scott. Published by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, NY, 1944, First Edition, 1st printing. Lloyd Howe (illustrator). Hard Cover, Good with No Jacket. Red boards with mild shelf wear, dime-size black mark on front, slight soiling, slightly faded spine. Text clean, binding solid and square. Superb black and white illustrations, illustrated end pages, back end pages water stained. 228 pages. Sewn binding, cloth over boards, 20 cm, 14 oz. WAR & MILITARY FICTION #29012.
Fair. First Edition. No jacket, with moderate rubbing. Text clean and unmarked. Previous owner's signature. Binding sound. First edition / printing. We try to note every flaw we can find, and we are quite picky, so buy with confidence! 100% guaranteed!
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