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'R' You Listenin'?

by Wons, Tony

Condition: Near Fine/Near Good


Chicago: The Reilly & Lee Company, 1931. Brown shiny satin cloth, gilt lettering near fine on front, very good gilt on spine with design, 122 lightly browned pages. On first front end paper in black ink: "Sincerely, Tony Wons." Frontispiece photo portrait of Wons. DJ heavy paper, light brown background, dark brown and orange design with green lettering to front, spine and back. DJ has tiny tear and light wear to top tips and back bottom tip, very tiny tear and micronick at top front edge, microtear at bottom front edge, small chip at spine top edge, light wear to top back edge. Near Good DJ/Near Fine book.. Signed by Author. Cloth. Near Fine/Near Good.
  • Bookseller: Callaghan Books South US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 21745
  • Title: 'R' You Listenin'?
  • Author: Wons, Tony
  • Format/binding: Hardcover
  • Book condition: Used - Near Fine
  • Jacket condition: Near Good
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: The Reilly & Lee Company
  • Place: Chicago
  • Date published: 1931
  • Keywords: Signed Radio
  • Bookseller catalogs: Autographed;


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