Scranton, PA, U.S.A.: HarperCollins Publishers, 1977. Book. Very Good. Mass Market Paperback. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. 205 pages. Blue and red pictorial soft covers with white lettering show very mild wear. "The only complete collection of stories and novelettes by the author of The Ship of Ishtar". Enhanced by a lovely cover painting..
New York: Avon #33845, August, 1977. First edition thus. Paperback. Very Good. Ken Barr. First Avon printing. Mild creasing with light scuffing, light age-toning on inside cover, the edge color at top of page block is faded -- basically clean and tight.
NY. Avon. . #214. Paperback. 157pp. Owner's name at top of title page else G+. Leaves reglued light-mod unevenly wi/about 1/8 in offset at fore-edge of front cv & mod spine roll. Edge tear on title page which has it's inner margin stuck to the front cv. Bright. Ok example of the cv art.
Avon, 1977 Paperback. Very Fine. The only complete collection of stories and novelettes by A. Merritt: The Fox Woman; People of the Pit; Through the Dragon Glass; The Drone; The Last Poet and the Robots; Three Lines of Old French; The White Road; When Old Gods Wake; The Women of the Wood 205 pages.
New York: Arno Press / A New York Times Company. Near Fine with no dust jacket. 1978. First Edition Thus. Hardcover. 0405110006 . First edition thus, and the first authorized hardcover edition [a hardcover reprinting of the 1949 Avon paperback edition]. Collects 9 stories. Brown "leather" boards with gold gilt lettering/decoration, 205 pages [plus a list of series titles at the rear]. "The only complete collection of stories and novelettes by the author of THE SHIP OF ISHTAR". Locke [A Spectrum of Fantasy, page 155 "Fantasy short stories..."]. Reginald 10064. Near Fine or better copy [not issued in Dust Wrapper]. .
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