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Tom Swift on the Phantom Satellite (# 9) by  Victor Appleton II - Hardcover - Reprint - 1956 - from John Thompson and Biblio.com

Tom Swift on the Phantom Satellite (# 9)

by Appleton II, Victor

Condition: Very Good +/Very Good-


New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1956. Solid with minor wear on covers Dust jacket shows some light wear from rubbing and a 1" tear on bottom front edge by spine with some creases and crumpling. Lists up to Space Solartron inside and Race to the Moon on back jacket flap.. Reprint. Hard Cover. Very Good +/Very Good-. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.


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