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Tom Swift and the Captive Planetoid by Victor Appleton II - 1st - 1967 - from Bujoldfan and Biblio.com

Tom Swift and the Captive Planetoid: The New Tom Swift Jr. Adventures #29

by Victor Appleton II

Condition: Very Good-


First edition. Titles list to self on back cover. Spine is bumped. Illustrated boards, no dust jacket as issued; black and white pictorial end pages. Pages are clean and unmarked, small black dot on bottom edge of closed pages near spine. Grosset and Dunlap hard cover, first edition 1967, ISBN: 9780448091297, Grosset & Dunlap # 9129; 174 pages, illustrated by Ray Johnson. 8vo (5" x 7.5") Tom Swift and the Captive Planetoid (Tom Swift Jr. # 29) by Jim Lawrence writing as Victor Appleton II.


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