Knock On Any Door - Signed, 2nd Printing
by Motley, Willard
- near fine
- Near Fine/No Jacket
Media, Pennsylvania, United States
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New York: D. Appleton- Century Company, Inc., 1947. First Edition. Cloth. Near Fine/No Jacket. Hardcover/ no DJ; Near Fine condition. SIGNED & inscribed by author (""For the mother and father of my good friend xxxx- Hoping you will both like this- my first attempt. Sincerely Willard Motley/ June 11, 1947"") on 1st blank page. First Edition, 2nd printing; c. 1947, ""(2)"" on last page of text. Gray- tan cloth binding tight, bright, square & clean w/ little to no wear. NO bumps, frays, scuffs or spine discolor. All blue lettering (w/ shadowed title) crisp & intact. Text is tight, clean & unmarked w/ only very light toning. NO brown spotting, hinge splits, etc.; NOT ex library. Handsome, well preserved copy- displays extremely well.
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- Knock On Any Door - Signed, 2nd Printing
- Motley, Willard
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- Used - Near Fine
- Jacket Condition
- No Jacket
- First Edition
- D. Appleton- Century Company, Inc.
- Place of Publication
- New York
- Date Published
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