the secret of tate's beach

seaman, augusta huiell

Published by century co., 1926
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very good copy in brown covers with light general wear and a few light spots on back cover. front few pages foxed. light yellowing to paper. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: the secret of tate's beach
Publisher: century co.
Publication Date: 1926
Binding: Hardcover
Book Condition: Very Good

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Seaman, Augusta Huiell
Published by NY Century Co 1926 (1926)
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Book Description NY Century Co 1926, 1926. C.M.Relyea/B&W illus. G condition, jacket is No dj. Bookseller Inventory # 008926

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Seaman, Augusta Huiell
Published by New York: D. Appleton-Century, 1933. dj (1933)
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Book Description New York: D. Appleton-Century, 1933. dj, 1933. Hardcover - 4th printing. Novel originally published in 1926, and set on the remote New Jersey coast. Despite the fact that this had several printings, it remains one of Seaman's more difficult to find titles in any edition. It is also an interesting and popular story which involves 2 shipwrecks - one long ago, and one 18 years before the time of the story - and a lost treasure. Illustrated by C. M. Relyea with a frontispiece and 3 glossy plates (as a side comment, a couple of the plates show our young heroine on the beach in dainty high heeled pumps; the more realistic story has the girls changing into their 'tie-ups' before venturing off.) Bound in tan cloth with blue lettering and illustration on front cover. 306 pp. Near fine in near fine dust jacket. The popularity of Seaman's books means that it is uncommon for the earlier titles to be found in dustjacket at all, and it is rare to find a copy with both the book and the dustjacket in such exceptional condition. Spine straight, pages white with no toning, corners sharp, the cream dust jacket with black lettering and illustration has only the very slightest of edgewear, a little rubbing on the folds. (the young lady who kept this book in such good condition did write her name and 1935 on the front endpaper.). Bookseller Inventory # 29573

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