Fair. Good copy for reading, may have heavy page wear with writing textual notes highlighting or be an heavily used ex library copy with library markings, stickers or stamps. Dust jacket or accessories may not be included.
Good. No dust jacket. Signed by author. blue cloth boards show some wear and on spine fading. end papers show aging. else text is clean and unmarked. the autograph on the front free end paper reads: "with best wishes / robert p. tristram coffin" in a very nice script. from the copyright page: "published april, 1935. / reprinted may, september, 1936; / january, december, 1937." thus one assumes this is the 5th printing. coffin, 1892-1955, was a poet, a novelist and a writer of non-fiction on maine. this volume won the pulitzer prize for poetry in 1936.
Good. in No jacket. Ex-library hardcover (usual stamps, stickers) in overall sound condition, but with worn blue cloth cover, especially at extremities, with most wear at spine top; no dust jacket; expected, age-related foxing on endpapers; interior very good, however-text pages crisp, clean, and unmarked; 101 pgs.; published by the Macmillan Co., 1935; a book of gentle poetry (see my cover scan to the left)
Good. First Edition. First edition / printing. No jacket; mild shelfwear-but nothing severe. Mild toning to the hinges. Text clean and unmarked. We try to note every flaw we can find, and we are quite picky, so buy with confidence! 100% guaranteed!
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