Titolo: Keeper of the Keys, A Charlie Chan Story
Casa editrice: Bobbs-Merrill Co., Indianapolis, IN., USA
Data di pubblicazione: 1932
Legatura: Black Cloth/Hardcover
Condizione libro: Good
Condizione sovraccoperta: No Jacket
Edizione: Probably First Edition
Tipologia articolo: Mystery/Dectective
List of 9 other stories by Biggers is opposite title page. Block Lettering is red-orange and has that simple look of Art-Deco. Not rubbed much and looks good from the outside, but inside the DJ flaps have been glued to the decorative endpapers showing a small plane over a cabin in the Sierra's. A name & address written on the inside front cover. Something torn off the cover page front & back. Starting to fox. Paper is a rough type. Small brown spots on several pages. . Pg. 34 has a light soil on the whole page. Nice book. We enjoy your questions and requests. Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Codice inventario libreria 000843
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Libreria AbeBooks dal: 10 febbraio 2003
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