Joseph E. Sandford. Very Good. No Jacket. 5¼" by 7¾" Weird fiction involving a blithely racist academic whon exercises poor judgement at a South Carolina "Negro burying ground". Small hardcover, full black cloth, gilt titling. Light wear, corners rubbed, name on free endsheet, no jacket. Text clean; , 55 pages, line drawings & ornamentation by Sandford.
Reader copy. 1929 hardcover, bound in black cloth. No marks or writing in book. Touch of light wear to tips of corners and bottom of boards. Lacks a dust jacket, but has those wonderful folk-deco illustrations of Joseph Sandford. Quite a nice copy, but without the elusive dust jacket.
Very Good. Hardcover in black cloth boards. No dust jacket. 12mo. First edition (stated). Worn corners, else crisp, clean, and unblemished. Decorative bookplates of former owner on front pastedown and rear pastedown, and inked name on front free endpage. Solid binding, clean pages. Illustrated by Joseph E. Sandford. 55 pp.
Very Good. First edition bound in black cloth with gold ettering. Illustrated by Joseph E. Sandford. A VG copy, has light rubbing at the spine tips & corners. A few dust spots to the covers. Listed in Bleilers' Guide to the SF & supernatural. No dj.; 12mo-over 6¾"-7¾" Tall.
Very good in poor jacket. Frontispiece and other black-and-white illustrations. 55 pages, slim 12mo, black cloth with gold lettering (gentle fraying at the top and bottom of the spine), dust wrapper (heavily torn and separated along the spine). New York: Farrar & Rinehart, Inc., 1929. A very good copy in a poor dust wrapper. Signed in full by the author on the front free endpaper.
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