The Jumping Frog - 1st Edition
by Twain, Mark [; Samuel Langhorne Clemens]
- Fine in Near Fine dust jacket
Summerville, South Carolina, United States
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- Books Tell You Why, Inc. (US)
- Bookseller's Inventory #
- The Jumping Frog - 1st Edition
- Twain, Mark [; Samuel Langhorne Clemens]
- Illustrated by F. Strothman
- Original Cloth
- Book condition
- Used - Fine in Near Fine dust jacket
- First Edition; First Printing
- Harper & Brothers
- Place of Publication
- New York and London
- Date Published
- Collectible Rare Out-Of-Print, Satire Humor Irony
- Bookseller catalogs
- Legendary Authors / Twain, Mark; Legendary Books; By Year Of Issue / 1900s; ABAA-VBF;
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