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The Boy's King Arthur

by Lanier, Sidney (editor)

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NY: Scribners, 1933. Later printing (original copyright date is 1922), very good lacking a dust jacket. Gilt lettering on spine is partially flaked off, large paste on illustration on front board has a little wear and rubbing. Owner's signature on front endpaper. Frontispiece plus 9 color illustrations and front board paste on, by N. C. Wyeth. Hinges are tight, book is square and tight internally.. Hard Cover.


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