Fine. (LAKESIDE CLASSICS) Coe, George W. FRONTIER FIGHTER, The Autobiography of..., Who Fought and Rode with Billy the Kid. Chicago: R. R. Donnelley & Sons, 1984. 384p, 6 3/4"x 4 1/4", cloth, top edge gilt, illustrated, fine. Edited by Doyce B. Nunis, Jr. A Lakeside Classic.
Good. No Dust Jacket. This Rare old book is clean, solid, and in good shape. This is a hardcover book with 223 pages with a photo as a fronticpiece. The binding is strong with all pages firmly attached. The pages are clean with no soiling or tears. The prior owner has signed the second, sixth, and seventh first end paper. The covers are clean with some light soiling and edgewear. Overall, the book is clean and solid with minimal signs of age.
Fine condition in Very Good dust jacket, in protective mylar wrap. 220 pp., portrait frontis; 8vo; burgundy cloth lettered in light blue; six plates containing photographs. In dust jacket with chips & a few closed tears at edges, corner; minute loss at rear top corner tip; paper label remnant inside front flap top edge. 2nd ed. of Six-Guns, 458. "Though a good friend of Billy the Kid, the author was never considered an outlaw. As a participant in the Lincoln County Wars, he gives, I believe a fairly accurate account of the affair and the Kid's activities..."
Good. B0006EJ8UI The book is in good condition. Pages are intact and not marred by notes or highlighting. The spine has some minor wear (print rubbed off) but remains intact. Re-Read is a social enterprise-giving unloved books a new life. Our aim is to re-use, re-distribute or re-cycle books so that we reduce waste and make a difference to literacy, educational achievement or quality of life in our local area. All overseas shipping is by Air Mail.
Very good condition. in Some interior repairs otherwise very good. jacket. Bound in publisher's original gray cloth stamped in green on front cover and spine. Some modest signs of dampstaining to title page plus a few more leaves. Some soiling to cover indicating that the dust jacket was "married" or supplied later. SixGuns 458. Herd 498. Dykes Kid 195.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. First edition, first printing with date on the title page. 8vo. Frontispiece portrait; six plates. Color pictorial dust jacket with illustration by George Giguere (unclipped). Very good. No signatures or bookplates. 220 pages. Adams: Six-Guns 458 "Scarce." Adams Herd 498. Dykes Kid 195.
The book was good but was hard to read because the print was so small.
Mar 29, 2012
This book was in perfect shape. The Story is one that I am familiar with, since my mother's
family lived in Lincoln County and knew the Coe family well. I did enjoy George's tales of the events as they escalated into a war. I don't think he exagerated too much, but sounded like swapping yarns around the campfire.
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