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Tom Swift and His Cosmotron Express

by Appleton, Victor II

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(London and Glasgow: Collins: Copyright 1971 in Great Britain) Copyright by Grosset and Dunlap, USA. Pict. bds pp. 160. Illust. by Ray Johnson. The Tom Swift Science Adventures - No. 19 Gift inscription on verso of half title page, edges foxed, and a little foxing internally; otherwise near fine.

Originally published: New York: Grosset and Dunlap, 1970.



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fine
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title page
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