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Tom Swift and His Giant Magnet; or, Bringing Up the Lost Submarine by Victor Appleton - First - 1932 - from Bujoldfan (SKU: 04012262tomswift35cgr)

Tom Swift and His Giant Magnet; or, Bringing Up the Lost Submarine

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Tom Swift and His Giant Magnet; or, Bringing Up the Lost Submarine

by Victor Appleton

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  • hardcover
  • First
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New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1932. First. Hardcover. Very Good/Fair. Nat Falk. First edition in brown cloth with first issue dust jacket (with Don Sturdy's Ocean Bottom as the last title on the back panel). Dust jacket has Swift titles 1-35 (Magnet) on front flap and Sturdy titles 1 -11 (Ocean) on rear panel. Publisher ad at rear has Swift titles 1- 35 ending in Giant Magnet. Title list on copyright page lists 35 Tom Swift titles and 11 Don Sturdy titles. Very good book in fair dust jacket. Jacket has numerous chips and closed tears, including missing the top .25 inch at the top of the spine panel and the bottom 1 inch of the spine panel; now in new removable protective cover. The white on the spine and rear panel has darkened with age; and a prior owner has made pencil ticks on some of the titles on the Tom Swift list on the front flap. Light brown cloth covered boards, with black print on spine and front, and red and black Tom Swift "quad" type illustration, with Tom in four modes of transportation (airplane, motor car, motor cycle, and motor boat) at the four corners of the front and the title in large oval in the center of the front. Plain end papers, with gift inscription dated Christmas 1934. Frontispiece on glossy paper, tipped-in. Pages are clean and unmarked, on good quality paper. Grosset and Dunlap hard cover with dust jacket, 1932, first edition and first printing; 216 pages; cover art and frontispiece by Nat Falk. 12mo (7.5" x 5") Tom Swift and His Giant Magnet; or, Bringing Up the Lost Submarine (Tom Swift #35), by Howard R. Garis, writing as Victor Appleton. This is the last Tom Swift novel by the original author, who wrote the first 35 novels in the series. This item ships with signature confirmation.

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Bookseller
Bujoldfan US (US)
Bookseller's Inventory #
04012262tomswift35cgr
Title
Tom Swift and His Giant Magnet; or, Bringing Up the Lost Submarine
Author
Victor Appleton
Illustrator
Nat Falk
Format/binding
Hardcover
Book condition
Used - Very Good
Jacket condition
Fair
Quantity-available
1
Edition
First
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
Grosset & Dunlap
Place of Publication
New York
Date Published
1932
Pages
216
Size
12mo
Keywords
childrens
Bookseller catalogs
Science Fiction / Fantasy; Classic Childrens books; First editions;
Size
12mo

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12mo
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jacket
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spine
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Copyright page
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