Fair in ACCEPTABLE jacket. 1967. 219 pages. Black cloth hardcover, with unclipped dustjacket in plastic cover. Lightly tanned pages, with fair tanning on fore-edge. Hinges are supported and pages remain tight. Internally, the usual library adornments. Boards are good, light rub markings on front, rear and spine, with light bumping on corners and spine ends. Dj is acceptable, light creasing and chips on corners and spine ends, with fair tanning and creasing on spine.
Fine. Dust Jacket Included. THE TIGER ROARS. Weybright & Talley, N.Y. 1967, 1st U.S. edition, 219 pages. Hunting the man-eaters of India. Along with Jim Corbett, Anderson was a famous hunter of man-eaters in India and his adventures make exciting reading. Dust jacket, Very Fine. $85.00.
Very Good Plus in Very Good DJ. New York, NY: Weybright and Talley, 1967. 1st U.S. Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Plus in Very Good DJ. 8vo, Brown boards the yellow lettering along spine. DJ has an one-eighth inch tear on the upper front panel. Kenneth Anderson is the famed British hunter and raconteur who ha spent the greater part of his life in the tiger country of India. Not a trophy hunter, Anderson has often been called to handle situations where a village or a locality has to be delivered from the menace of the most savage of great beasts: the man-eater. 219 pgs.
Near Fine in Near jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. 219 pp, ill. The sixth-and some say the best-of all Anderson titles. The noted author (who's been compared to Corbett) provides more than a fair share of thrills and excitement in this popular title. Near fine in like dj.
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