3.47. No dust jacket, 4 spots in a sort of row on front board. Blue cloth front board has severe bump bottom corner. Text block is straight, tight and clean with comfortable type size. Black and white photos. He was a golden boy, doing stunts that would land him in jail today, if not dead. He disappeared on his last adventure. An article from Smithsonian recounting his life and adventures is loosely laid in.
Book: Very Good. DJ: Good. 8vo. 433 pp. 6 1/4 x 9 1/4. Blue boards with gold lettering. Blue and white wraps. Minor wear to boards in general, moderate wear to corners. Dj creased, moderately worn. Top of front cover and spine has most sever creasing. Smal tears (1/4 inch or less) at fo.
Near Fine. No Jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Dark blue cloth, bordered in blind, lettered in gilt. Nicely preserved copy showing light rubbing at corners and spine extremities, text block edges mildly toned by age. Short gift inscription along top edge of front flyleaf, otherwise unmarked. Firm, square binding. xi, 433 pp., illus. w/ b&w plates.
As told in letters to his mother and father. NY, Garden City, blue cloth hardcover, near very good except for mild specking on base of spine, bumps and rubs to cover extremities, map endpapers, iinner hinges sound and uncracked, binding tight, 433pp, text is very slightly age-toned. No dust jacket. 6"x9-1/8". trxx.
Richard Halliburton, his story of his life's adventure as told in letters to his mother and father
by Richard Halliburton
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