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Tom Swift and his Subocean Geotron by  Victor Appleton II - First Edition - 1966 - from Homeward Bound Books and Biblio.com

Tom Swift and his Subocean Geotron

by Appleton II, Victor

Condition: Very Good


New York: Grosset and Dunlap. Very Good. 1966. First Edition. Hardcover. 178 p. 19 cm. Sound and square binding, with illustrated paper-covered boards. Corners and spine ends worn. Less wear along edges. Tiny ding on lower board. Moisture stain on top coloured edge of text block. Ink from colour has run onto top edge of endpapers and pages. Otherwise, inside pages are clean and unmarked. The 27th volume of the Tom Swift Jr. Series. Lists to itself on the back cover. .


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