Titolo: FANTAZIUS MALLARE A MYSTERIOUS OATH
Casa editrice: COVICI-McGEE, CHICAGO, IL
Data di pubblicazione: 1922
Condizione libro: FINE CONDITION
Condizione sovraccoperta: POOR CONDITION
Edizione: FIRST EDITION, LATER STATE PRINTING.
174 + (1) PAGES. 1 OF 2025 LIMITED EDITION. THIS COPY IS UN-NUMBERED. GREEN CLOTH LATER PRINTING. DRAWINGS BY WALLACE SMITH. OWNER'S BOOK PLATE ON THE INNER FRONT COVER. DUST JACKET EDGES CHIPPED. TWO LARGE TEARS OF THE FRONT OF THE DUST JACKET ARE REPAIRED WITH AN OLDER SCOTCH TAPE THAT IS TONED WITH AGE. $12.00 PRICE ON THE INNER FRONT DUST JACKET FLAP. THE BACK OF THE DUST JACKET IS BLANK. NO GLASSINE TISSUE GUARDS AS ARE FOUND IN THE TRUE FIRST EDITION. IN ADDITION, THE TRUE FIRST EDITION - FIRST STATE HAS BLACK CLOTH AND IS 6 3/8" X 9 3/4", THE LATER STATES HAVE GREEN OR GREY CLOTHS AND ARE OFTEN UN-NUMBERED AS IS THIS COPY. THE NOTORIETY OF THE BOOK PROBABLY PROMPTED COVICI- McGEE TO REISSUE ADDITIONAL COPIES. Size: 6 1/4" x 9 1/8". Codice inventario libreria 222049
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Libreria AbeBooks dal: 27 febbraio 1999
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