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TOM SWIFT AND HIS SPACE SOLARTRON: The New Tom Swift Jr. Adventures, #13 (Thirteen)

by Appleton, Victor, II

Condition: Very Good-/Very Good-

New York: Grosset & Dunlap [1960] 184 pp. Original blue tweed covers, very bright and clean. Small, faint dampstain to top edge of text block. Light foxing to edges of text block. Blue and white endpapers. DJ lightly soiled w/ mild edge wear. Faint dampstain to bottom edge of rear panel near spine. DJ rear flap advertises this series and list to title "Tom Swift and His Spectromarine Selector." DJ rear panel advertises "Hardy Boys Mysteries," and list to title "The Mystery of the Chinese Junk." Illust. w/ b/w drawings. Contents nice.. Hard Cover. Very Good-/Very Good-. Illus. by Graham Kaye. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.


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