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B. C. Forbes Publishing Company, 1945. Hardcover. Acceptable. 1945. 216 pages. No dust jacket. Yellow pictorial cloth. Pages are lightly tanned and thumbed at the edges, with some foxing. Some internal hinge cracking, with some exposed netting and a loose binding. Boards are a little rub worn with some slight shelf wear to corners, spine and edges. Corners are a little bumped and spine ends are a little crushed. With some tanning to spine and edges. Book has a forward lean.
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