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Tom Swift and His Polar-Ray Dynasphere

by Appleton II, Victor

Condition: Very Good+

Grosset & Dunlap. Very Good+. 1965. 1st Edition; 1st Printing. Hardcover. Hardcover, number 25 in the series, issued without a dustjacket, pictorial cloth with yellow spine and back cover, this title is the last one listed on the back cover, there are no major flaws to this clean, bright copy, two minor flaws are present: mild rubbing to the corner-tips and spine-tips and a couple of faint areas of soiling on the fore-edge, the cover is bright and looks new, the binding is tight and the contents are fine .


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