Good in good dust jacket. Dj is soiled and tattered on edges, corners and spine tips. Cover is shelf worn: edges, corners and spine tips; browned and white spotted around edges. Interior is age browning and clear and tight.
Fair. No Jacket. Ex-Libris. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Cover is tanning and discolored, spinecover missing, edgewear. Pages are clean, lightly tanning, uncut. There is an ex-libris sticker on the feb and also signed by the previous owner.
Fair. No Dust Jacket. Book. Octavo. Gray cloth covers. 253 pages. Good reading copy. Covers are rather worn, but binding is intact. Inside front cover is browned, but pages are clean and in good condition.
Good+ Small 8vo 7½"-8" tall; 253 pages; 1st edition, stated. Square sound and unmarked in original gray cloth with titles in maroon. Mottled silverfish splotchiness to cloth of front and rear boards. Light toning to cloth at spine but titles still generally bright, Expected and usual light/moderate toning to page stock. G+
Ruark, Robert C., Doubleday & Co., 1952, c1952, 1st Edition, illus. cloth, spine a little tanned o/w vg (no dj), 253 pp, 8vo, 'Grenadine Etching decided to die on August 6, 1945. Grenadine was real tired. 'Her once bright silver hair had turned black aga.
Very Good with no dust jacket. Grey cloth hardcovers are clean, lightly rubbed at spine ends, tiny tear at foot of spine. Ink initials at top right corner of title page, else interior clean and tight. 8vo 8"-9" tall Professional bookseller for twenty years. Orders shipped daily in cardboard bookfolds.
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