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History Of "Billy The Kid" [Signed First Edition] by  Chas. (Charles) A Siringo - Paperback - Signed First Edition - 1920 - from Arroyo Seco Books and

History Of "Billy The Kid" [Signed First Edition]

by Siringo, Chas. (Charles) A

Condition: Fair

Santa Fe: Chas. A. Siringo, 1920. 1st Edition 1st Printing. Soft cover. Fair. 142 Pp. + List Of Three Other Siringo Books At End. Softcover, Title Printed On Spine In Black, Photo Of Pat Garret On Rear Cover With Four Line Comments Beneath, Front Cover Lacking But With A Good Facsimile Scan Of The Front Cover And Inside Front Cover (With Author's Name Misspelled "Sirinco"). This Example Inscribed "To Mr. Charlton E. Ames / With Compliments Of The / Author, Chas. A. Siringo/ Hollywood, Calif. / May 14Th, 1925". Spine Chipped Away 1/2" At Bottom, Lettering Strong, First Page With Faint Dampstaining 1/2" Deep Around Lower Spine Corner, And Rear Cover With Faint Dampstaining To 2" Deep At Lower Edge But Mostly Just 1/2" Deep.


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