Very Good. Very Good, Clean Copy _ Heritage Press c (1944) _ NO Dust Jacket _ minor cover edge wear _ Outstanding Quality, Value, and Service with Always Great Products _ Check our feedback _ We appreciate your business!
Martin, Fletcher. Good. No dust jacket. Covers edgeworn, corners worn through, spine darkened, ffep torn out & missing, front hinge sl shaken. No slipcase. Contents clean in firm binding. xii, 223 p. col. plates. 26 cm. Includes: Illustrations, Plates. Marbled paper over boards, yellow buckram spine, brown lettering. The luck of Roaring Camp. --The outcasts of Poker Flat. --Miggles. --Tennessee's partner. --Brown of Calaveras. --The idyl of Red Gulch. --The iliad of Sandy Bar. --The poet of Sierra Flat. --How Santa Claus came to Simpson's Bar. --An apostle of the Tules. --An...
Very good. Only slight wear to interior front pages and accompanying cloth boards. Pages slightly yellowed with age but tightly bound with clean text. Proceeds benefit the Rehabilitation Institute of Kansas City, a nonprofit organization which provides jobs, job services, and training to individuals with disabilities. (4) All proceeds from purchases from BooksKC go to benefit the Rehabilitation Institute of Kansas City, a nonprofit organization which provides job services, training, and employmen.
Fletcher Martin. Very Good- Book Minor edgewear; spine strip is lightly faded; slipcase has light edgewear. A collection of stories about the great California Gold Rush-"one of the most stirring episodes of human history". Illustrated with drawings.
Fletcher Martin. Very Good. No Jacket. In Slipcase. Narrow Small Quarto. Dark brown titles on tan cloth, over decorative metallic paper. 223pp. Short 1948 gift inscription ffep. Slipcase is splitting along rear edge, but still intact.
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