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Tom Swift and His G-Force Inverter by  Victor Appleton II - Hardcover - 1970 - from Chapter 1 Books and

Tom Swift and His G-Force Inverter

by Appleton II, Victor

Condition: Very Good/No Jacket

Collins, 1970. Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket. Johnson, Ray. The boards are edge rubbed, and the corners of the boards and the spine are beginning to fray ever so slightly. Aside from this, they remain vibrant and playful. Internally, there is a previous retailer's book plate on the front pastedown. There are no markings or inscriptions within and the pages are clean, crisp and complete although a little tanned. The binding is tight. JV.K


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