Very Good. No Jacket. 12mo-over 6¾"-7¾" tall. Light green cloth, lettered in black. Modest shelf wear, spine panel and upper back cover mildly sunned, corners slightly bumped. Former owner signature on front pastedown, pencil inscription on front flyleaf. 216 pp. Firm binding, clean interior.
Saunders, F. Wenderoth. Very good in good dust jacket. DESCRIPTION: COLLECTABLE-1951 first, (1e/1p), hb/8vo/216 pgs-Full green cloth on boards with black letters. CONDITION: Very good with a good dj-The top and bottom of the backstrip has minor edge wear-The endpapers have slight tan and gift inscriptions-The dj has 4cm tear and moderate edge wear. CONTENT: Humorous anecdotes and observations from rural Maine life. Humorous cartoon line drawings.
F. Wenderoth Saunders, Illustrator. Very Good+ in Very Good+ jacket. First Edition. Clean green cloth boards with black lettering on spine, black author initials on cover. Hint of slightest surface wear to corners, no fraying. Binding is tight & square, no cracking. Pages and edges are clean. Clean endpapers; no names, writing or bookplates. 216 pgs. with illustrations by F. Wenderoth Saunders. Clean unfaded color illustrated dustjacket is price clipped at top corner of front inside flap, has one small curved closed tear at top spine edge (1"), small tape reinforcement to fold and spine edges on reverse side of dustjacket (no tears there), tiny chip at rear panel corner near spine edge. Author's photo on rear panel. Enclosed in new archival quality removable mylar cover. Dry Yankee humor and the happy glow of warm family relationships and farm life in New England.
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