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The Trail Driver.

by Zane Grey

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Roslyn, NY Walter J. Black, Inc., 1955. Hardcover Reprint Edition [1955]. Very Good: light wear to the extremities; the tinted top edge is very lightly sun faded. Binding shows slight lean but remains perfectly secure; text clean. The titles at the back strip are bold and bright, but show some rubbing. Despite noted flaws, remains a clean, sturdy, presentable reading copy. NOT a Remainder, Book-Club, or Ex-Library. 8vo. 302pp. Cream Quarter Cloth with Red cloth over boards; Blue, Red & Gilt titles and designs at the back strip. This is a later Reprint Edition, published, we believe, during the 1950s - 1955 is just an approximation - although the copyright page provides the date the copyright was renewed, in 1936. Hardback: No DJ 'as issued'.




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