Very Good. No dj-216p. Brown tweed cover with logo on front, illustrated green endpapers (isolated house in lightning storm)-slight bumping of 1 corner and spine ends-pages clean and tight in well bound cover.
Small 8vo. Pictorial paper over boards. vii, 216pp. Frontispiece, pictorial endpapers. Very good. Mild edgewear, with spine faintly sunned. Tight, handsome later printing of the 3rd volume in the 18-volume "Ken Holt Mystery" series.
Very Good with No dust jacket as issued. Text is clean. Pictoral cover shows some wear. Spine is lightly sun faded. Corners bumped lightly. Prevoius owner names on half title page. Old tree on front free endpaper illustration, colored in with blue ink. MAD #35300-2-3. Back cover lists all 18 titles.; (Bloom, Who Should We Then Read? 2, pg. 126); Ken Holt Mysteries; Vol. 3; 216 pages.
Fair in fair dust jacket. 1963. 208 pages. There is very moderate foxing and tanning to text block and fore edge. There is a large dedication sticker and pen inscriptions to front end papers. Well bound in neat clean cloth with minimal signs of edge and rub wear. There is moderate wear to jacket with moderate tearing and loss. World of Rare Books Item ref. 1489771730JR (Use this ID when enquiring about this item. )
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