Good. HB, G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1933, First Edition? , introduction by Hugh Walpole, 3 facsimiles. Green cloth on boards with faded gilt lettering are well worn at the extremities with fraying at backstrip head and foot and edges, cracked front hinge and back hinge is weak, owner's signature and ex-library stickers on inside front cover, remains of sticker and 'withdrawn' stamp on fep and bep, bep has ink stain and worn last end page at edges, library stamp on bottom of title page, number on contents page, contents are bright and start of gutter crack at page 231, clean. Good.
Good. No dust jacket. firmly bound with clear clean text in a sun weathered boards and spine. good readers copy. Unknown printing. Illustrated by. 354 p. facsims. 23 cm. "Darnell Hospital" stamp on inside.
Very Good. B000UCRTG6 c. 1933 Garden City hardcover. Very Good minus. An otherwise little used nice copy but with a chip out of the first front end page near the spine. No dust jacket. Basis for the 1934 Michael Curtiz directed film.
None. Fair. No Jacket. This antique 6"x8.5" hard cover book has a green cover with gilt lettering on the front and spine of the cover. The hinges are cracked, small spine tear, edgerwear, soil browned page ends and the owner's name is written on the inside. A biography on a British agent and Russia. 354 indexed pages.
Good. Hardcover no dj. First edition copy. Good condition; edges, corners, and covers of book show minor wear. No underlining; no highlighting; no internal markings. Former owner's bookplate on ffep. No Dust Jacket Stored in sealed plastic protection. In the event of a problem we guarantee full refund. 1933. Hardcover no dj.
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