New York; 1938, Dutton. First Edition. Inscribed by the author on the front endpaper. Good in a Good Jacket. Severe discoluration to the front and rear boards. Jacket is bright with chipping and tearing to the edges and soiling to the rear panel. An shelf worthy signed copy of the famous pilot's adventures.
Very good. 8vo, hardcover, blue cloth. Vg+ condition in vg dj. NOT ex-library. Dust jacket now in removeable mylar covering. Stamp and previous owner's name on front endpaper. Covers and contents crisp, clean, no marking or writing. Binding sturdy and tight. 221 pp., illustrations.
Very good in very good dust jacket. Signed. First Edition. 20th Printing, January, 1939. Signed, inscribed and dated by Author on the front end papeer. ( Not personalized)-Blue cloth with dust jacket. The jacket is clipped and has wear, and a few tears to edges; some tape repairs to edges; mild edge wear to covers; former owner's blindstamp on title page; mild toning to a few pages. Otherwise, very clean, tight, square, and unmarked. A very good copy in a good jacket. Very Clean Copy-Over 500, 000 Internet Orders Filled.
From the Publisher's sheet pasted to front cover-"This sample book contains the first few pages and all the pictures from Douglas Corrigan's thrilling autobiography. The bulk of the pages are blank. SLIGHT WEAR TO BOARDS, SLIGHT SOILING TO PUBLISHER'S SHEET. BINDING TIGHT. INTERIOR CLEAN. Uncommon.
1938, 1st edition. (Hardcover) Very good, no dust jacket. 221pp. Signed by the author. Moire blue cloth with red titles and illustration. 56 gravure illustrations. Also known as Wrong Way Corrigan. (Transportation, Pilots--United States, Transatlantic Flight, Transportation)
Sepia Illustrations. Very Good in J Good jacket. New York: E. P. Dutton. 1938. F First Edition. H Hard Cover. Very Good. Signed and inscribed by author on endpaper. Very good copy in good jacket (jacket darkened with nicks, internal tape). First edition (stated). Corrigan (1907-2003), American aviator, dubbed "Wrong Way Corrigan" for his infamous 1938 flight from New York to Los Angeles (where he actually landed was in Ireland, his original planned destination); self-portrayed in the 1939 film "The Flying Irishman". Signed: I Signed by Author.
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