Lot Lizards (Signed/Limited)
#152 of 400 limited signed copies. Fully bound in green paper boards. Five lizards are silver-stamped to the front board. The author's name, the Title, and the publisher's name are silver-stamped to the spine. The endpapers and pastedowns are pictorial. The hinges are tight, the corners of the boards are sharp, and the text is clean and tight throughout. The pictorial dustwrapper is in Fine condition. Aside from a light stain on the top-edge of the rear panel, the dustwrapper is perfect with no tearing, creasing or bumping. In the publisher's green faux leather slipcase. A sharp copy of Garton's "pulse-pounding work of terror." s new. Bookseller Inventory # 000349
Title: Lot Lizards (Signed/Limited)
Publisher: Mark V. Ziesing, Shingletown
Publication Date: 1991
Book Condition: Fine
Dust Jacket Condition: Fine
Edition: First Edition
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