The Victim and the Worm
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Light brown cloth covers have darker brown lettering on the front cover and spine. Rear cover and extremities are slightly dust soiled, extremities also a little rubbed. Head and foot of spine are bumped and rubbed. Former owner's name and date (May, 1923) appear on the ffep. in blue ink. Text is clean, binding is sound and tight. D.j. is complete and intact. Panels are rubbed and dust soiled. Extremities are worn, including small closed tears, creasing, chipping, and rubbing. Flap folds were starting to split, but have been mended from behind with acid-free tape. Nice copy, digital image available. Bookseller Inventory # 003102
Title: The Victim and the Worm
Publisher: George H. Doran Company, New York
Publication Date: 1923
Book Condition: Good Plus +
Dust Jacket Condition: Good
Edition: First Edition
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