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Queer People: Paws Claws Wings Stings and Many Without Either

by Cox, Palmer

Condition: Fair with no dust jacket

Chicago: Premium Art Co.. Fair with no dust jacket. 1894. Magazine. Full color wraps. No. 7 of Picturesque World Series, Weekly. Vol. 3, No. 7, September 27th 1894. There is a paper slip printed Premium Art Co. Pasted over a previous publisher in Philadelphia. There are fourteen pages to the text. Stapled binding with staples slightly rusted and middle sheet loose but present. Some kind of tape to part of spine edge with back detached but present. Some pages of text printed in blue, maroon, lavendar and green. Illustrations with creatures on each page. Photos available. ; 4to 11" - 13" tall; Unpaginated pages .



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