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Ross, Gordon. Good. No Dust Jacket. KLT 026875 LIVEZEY Re-told by John Martin. Solid ex-library hard cover with some wear and soiling and library markings. Binding is tight. Several pages have little tears along the bottom edge, a couple of pages were torn and taped. Most of the pages with a bit of soiling. 185 pp.
Ross, Gordon. Fair to Good. No Jacket. The Children's Munchausen retold by John Martin, illustrated by Gordon Ross (8 full color glossy plates plus black and white pictures), published by Houghton Mifflin and John Martin's Book House-copyright 1921. Hardcover blue book has GILT lettering and a full color paste-on picure on the front by Pogany. It shows some rubbing of edges with a little board exposed here & there, has a gift inscription in ink, one plate is a little frayed on edge, shows some separation, and the title page has a long tear (about 5 inches) near the spine, but overall the book is in reasonably good condition with good to very good text-no dust jacket. NOT AN EX-LIB!
Quarto; vg/none; blue cloth spine with gilt lettering; illustrated plate on front board; ex libris, inscribed by po; minor shelf wear and bumping; text block clean; 185 pp.; illus., frontispiece and 12 plates, some with color; endpapers, toning; else very good. Rockville.
Gordon Ross. Very Good. Hard Cover. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Owner's name on ffep; age-toned end papers; textblock is clean and tight. spine-faded binding is moderately shelf worn, frayed spine extremities. full-color paper label illustration on front cover; 185pp.
Gordon Ross. Good+ Hard Cover with Paste On. Good +/No Jacket As Issued. First Edition. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. NOT Ex-library, PO name FEP, no other writing, some foxing present throughout, wear to points, and spine ends, tight binding, 186 pages, 8 colored pltes including the fronteis other full page B&W illustrations.
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