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Anderson Crow Detective. by McCUTCHEON (George Barr) - First Edition - 1920 - from Robert Temple Booksellers and

Anderson Crow Detective.

by McCUTCHEON (George Barr)

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By George Barr McCutcheon Auther of “Brewster’s Millions,” “Truxton King,” “Sherry,” etc. Illustrated by John T. McCutcheon. New York, Dodd, Mead and Company, 1920. Blank before half-title, two at end; wood-engraved frontispiece and twenty-three tipped-in plates; pp.[x]+353+[v]; light sage-green fine-linen-grain cloth blocked and embossed blind on front cover, lettered black on front cover and spine. Small, barely visible snag to inner margin of frontispiece (probably as issued); otherwise a fine, crisp, copy. According to a note in the author’s own copy, published 20th March, 1920. Queen, DSS, p.70; Blanck, 13551; Hubin, p.267. All books listed by Robert Temple are first editions unless otherwise stated.


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