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TOM SWIFT AND THE VISITOR FROM PLANET X

by Appleton II, VIctor

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New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1961. The New Tom Swift Jr, Adventures Series. 184 pages. Frontispiece illustrated with b/w plate. Great illustrations in text. FIrst 9 pages lightly soiled at edges, otherwise pages good condition. Endpapers illlustrated. Blue top edges. Blue cloth with dark blue illustration and title on upper cover and blue title on spine. Head/tail of spine and corners lightly worn. Blue and white dust jacket with colorful illustration on upper cover. Edges and corners show light wear Cmall chip at head of spine and top edges. Lower cover lightly soiled. Nice dust jacket. VG/VG. 1st Edition. Hard Cover. Illus. by Kaye, Graham.


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