Good. Vintage hardcover lacking its dustjacket, book itself is in great shape, has gift note inside, like new binding, no fading. MendoPower Employment Services will immediately and carefully pack this book in high-quality bubble lined, envelopes, then send you an email when it ships. We appreciate your business and welcome any questions. MendoPower Employment Services will immediately and carefully pack this book in high-quality bubble lined, envelopes. Then we send you a confirmation e-mail. We appreciate your business and welcome any questions.
Fine in very good dust jacket. Farrar, Straus & Cudahy, New York, NY, 1961. Book Club Ed., Fine-/VG, Hard Cover, Size=6.5"x9.5", 90pgs. DJ nicked head and foot of spine, fore-edge corners, 1/2" DJ tear bottom rear edges, 1/4" one top fore-edge, price clipped, o.w. clean, bright and tight. DJ in clear plastic protective cover. 99% OF OUR BOOKS ARE SHIPPED IN CUSTOM BOXES ALL ARE WELL PACKED WITH CARE!
Douglas Goraline. Good. No dust jacket as issued. 121p. illus. 24 cm. Includes Illustrations. BUY THE VINTAGE COPY OF THE FIRST PRINTING OF THIS Camelot Edition August 1968. This is really a fine, tight paperback/mass market with a double head of Lincoln on the front, first in a Union soldier uniform, which he wasn't and then as President in his Stove top 6.4" stance. only sholder/head illus. A unique clean Vinage Avon edition still in good stong condition and tight pages. The illus. by Douglas Goraline are crude, like the man he was illus, with only an impression of the scene he was drawing. There are illus. of a dogwood tree on the endpapers which Lincoln often spoke of. Now the M/M is clean and there has been no turn back of the spine, so no creases, but there is a binding crease noticed. It does not effect the value of this copy. No marks were noticed.
Gorsline, Douglas (Grayscale illustrations from watercolors / charcoal by) Very good in good dust jacket. Signed by author. Back top of DJ is chipped. Protected in clear, clean wrapper. Inscribed by author, 1961, free endpaper. 89 p. 24 cm. Many Illustrations. Production details at back of book. High quality paper, offset lithography. A chronicle of Abe Lincoln's formative years into young adulthood in the frontier village of New Salem, Illinois, it was written to honor the centennial of his first inauguration, March 4, 1861, and commissioned by the editors of Saturday Evening Post. At 21, Lincoln came there as a flatboatman employee, he left for Springfield as a new counsellor-at-law at age 28. At this writing, author had already won Pulitzer and Bancroft Prizes in History.
New in New dust jacket. Fast shipping with a tracking #. Ships from the US. International shipping may take longer due to customs.; 9.50 X 6.20 X 0.70 inches; 90 pages; Is in a jacket cover; Signed by Author.
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