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Tom Swift and His Flying Lab

by Appleton, Victor II

Condition: Good/No Jacket

New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1954. Hardcover, Pictorial Composition (Matte) Binding. Yellow--orange spine and yellow-orange rear cover which has titles listed up to 27. This book is title No. 1. Spine number 9101. Illustrated end papers in blue and white showing Tom at the window of his flying lab. Frontis illustration on uncoated white paper. Copyright 1954, no other dates. Illustrations by Graham Kaye. 208 pages. Clean interior. **FLAWS :2 foxing spots on fore edge block, Edge at spine ends soft, spine color sunned. Color wear on corner tips. Small soil area on rear cover Good / NO dust jacket. Hardcover. Good/No Jacket. Illus. by Graham Kaye.

Tempo #14602.


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