Good. First printing of first edition. Good, no dust jacket. Tan boards a bit worn and soiled. (Non-authorial) gift inscription and previous owner bookplate on front endapges. A few small smudges to margins, but text in decent shape. Front hinge is weak, but with no splitting or cracking.
Good + 255 pp, indexed, with illustrations in the text by R. Taylor. Original beige cloth, no dust jacket. Some abrasion to spine, corners rubbed, boards very lightly soiled. Binding sound, text and endpapers unmarked. Ruark's second book, a collection of his newspaper columns.
Good binding. Very Good dust jacket. This copy is lacking the front free endpaper; the dustjacket has some shelfwear and is not price-clipped; it is protected with a new mylar cover. Good binding / Very Good dust jacket.
Very Good. No Jacket. Size: 5 1/4 X 8; FIRST EDITION copyright 1948, Published by Doubleday & Company. VERY GOOD CONDITION/ NO DUST JACKET IS INCLUDED. Social commentary by Robert C. Ruark, author of " Something of Value. ILLUSTRATED BY SATURDAY EVENING POST CARTOONIST RICHARD TAYLOR. Rare/Scarce/Hard to Find. Will ship from United States.
8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. 255p. A good to very good copy, the spine of which shows wear at the top, in a fair d.j. which is chipped at the top of the front panel and at the top of the spine, the spine of the d.j. is faded and a little soiled, the back panel is a bit soiled, and the former private owner has stamped his name and address on the front free endpaper.
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