Fair. A readable copy only. All pages and the cover are intact, may not include dust jacket. Pages may include considerable notes in pen or have highlighting. Possible ex library copy. May not contain accessories.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. 8vo. 250pp, b/w ills, appendix, index. There is a small stain on an otherwise blank endpage. Blue cloth boards, lightly bumped lower front corner, in dust-jacket. Newspaper clippings loosely inserted. 'Incredible stories of intrigue surround the world's best-known stamp error--the United States 24-cent airmail stamp of 1918, the legendary upside-down Jenny. From the discovery of the sheet of 100 at a Washington, D.C., post office, the story of the stamps unfolds in bizarre twists. '
Near Fine+ in Near Fine+ jacket. A number in ink on the front free endpaper is about the only flaw of this book. A light bump or two to the jacket, barely detectable in a protective mylar sleeve. True story of crime, romance, corruption, and greed surrounding the most famous and sought after stamp error in the world--the upside down 1918 "Jenny" biplane that was to be used by the U.S. in the world's inaugural airmail service.
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