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Tom Swift and his Atomic Earth Blaster by Victor Appleton II - Hardcover - 1961 - from World of Rare Books and Biblio.com

Tom Swift and his Atomic Earth Blaster

by Victor Appleton II

Condition: Good/Acceptable


Sampson Low, 1961. Hardcover. Good/Acceptable. 1961. 191 pages. Pictorial dust jacket over cloth boards. Contains black and white illustrations. Pages and binding are presentable with no major defects. Minor issues present such as mild cracking, inscriptions, inserts, light foxing, tanning and thumb marking. Overall a good condition item. Boards have rub wear and marking with forward lean and sunning to spine. Bumping to corners, edges and spine ends. Water marking to edges. Dust jacket has rubbing and marking with tanning to spine. Tears, chips and creases to spine, edges and corners.

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