Jim Morse, Gold Hunter: Dunn, J(oseph) Allan Jim Morse, Gold Hunter: Dunn, J(oseph) Allan

Jim Morse, Gold Hunter

Dunn, J(oseph) Allan

Published by Small, Maynard & Company, Boston, 1920
Condition: Very Good Hardcover
From Cat's Curiosities (Pahrump, NV, U.S.A.)

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The sequel to "Jim Morse, South Sea Trader," from the author of "The Treasure of Atlantis," who would go on to write "Rimrock Trail" and "The Flower of Fate." Juvenile adventure. Slight wear to corners and top edges of boards. Text block slightly age toned but remains tight, firm and flexible -- hinges are solid and have not required any repair. Some mottling to green topstain near the spine. Spine cocked, but less than a quarter-inch. Book in unusually nice condition. Dedication page dated March, 1920, at Pittsfield, Mass. Dual 1920 copyright listed, to Small, Maynard & Company (Incorporated) and, oddly enough, to The Boy Scouts of America. No other dates listed. Small, Maynard listed as publishers on title page, on copyright page, and on DJ spine, but spine of book itself says "A.L. Burt Company." Possibly a Burt rebinding, then, of overset Small & Maynard pages. Original, intact dust jacket has not been taped nor restored in any way, though it's now in a Brodart protector. DJ missing a big chunk (3-1/4 inches wide by an inch-and-a-quarter deep) at bottom of front panel near spine, and smaller chips at top of spine. But the wraparound sepia charcoal DJ sketch of a wild-haired drummer rousing the cannibal forces in a South Seas village while using human femurs (or are those tibiae?) for drumsticks remains clear. Blank white endpapers. No internal illustrations. DJ flaps, though intact, are blank, and symmetrically clipped at all four corners. 266 pp. Reduced from $130. Bookseller Inventory # 000410

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Title: Jim Morse, Gold Hunter

Publisher: Small, Maynard & Company, Boston

Publication Date: 1920

Binding: Hardcover

Illustrator: Cover Artist not Specified

Book Condition: Very Good

Dust Jacket Condition: Good

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Eclectic used and out-of-print collectable condition books and records in every genre. Cat's Curiosities closed our brick-and-mortar location in Las Vegas in late 2016, and is now an Internet-only seller, specializing in Native American; Nevada & The West; Free-market & Austrian Economics; Music & Show Business; Vintage vinyl LP records (many signed); century-old juvenile series books; Physics & Electrical Engineering, Religion & Occult.

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