Give a Man a Horse
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Blue cloth boards have a black decoration on the front cover and black lettering and decoration on the spine. Extremities are very slightly rubbed. Covers are very clean. Spine is a little faded, head is a trifle rubbed. Blue and orange illustrated endpp. are clean. Pencilled gift inscription on the half title p. Slight offset on title p. from colorful, bright frontispiece. Text is very clean, embellished w/ b/w illustrations. Binding is sound and tight. D.j. is complete and intact. Extremities, flap folds, and spine folds are slightly worn, including small closed tears, creasing, rubbing, and chipping. Nice copy, digital image available. Bookseller Inventory # 002187
Title: Give a Man a Horse
Publisher: The John C. Winston Company, Chicago, Philadelphia, Toronto
Publication Date: 1938
Binding: Decorative Cloth
Illustrator: Henry C. Pitz
Book Condition: Good Plus
Dust Jacket Condition: Good Plus
Edition: First Edition
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Thomas Macaluso Rare and Fine Books
kennett square, PA, U.S.A.
AbeBooks Seller Since July 21, 2003
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