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Wild Life of the South

Wild Life of the South

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Wild Life of the South

by Rutledge, Archibald

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  • Hardcover
  • first
Fine condition/Very Good dust jacket
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New York: Frederick A. Stokes, 1935. A very attractive copy of a book tough-to-find in First Edition, especially in dust jacket and in collectible condition as nice as this. SEE PHOTOS. Fine condition in a Very Good dust jacket. The jacket is complete and its colors are still very bright and attractive. NOT price clipped ($1.75). The publisher has blacked out two mistaken words (i.e. "and crocodiles") on the jacket's front inner flap as crocodiles are not mentioned in the book (but alligators are). Protected by a removable Brodart clear-plastic sleeve (removed for photos). This is an extremely appealing, pretty copy. All pages are creamy white, clean, crisp and unmarked. The jacket art depicts a brown running deer and several greenish waterfowl on the wing. The jacket has minor wear at the corners and at the bottom of the rear panel there are two half-inch closed tears and one 2" closed tear. The front panel of the jacket has a few faint brown spots. The tan cloth binding is Very Fine, essentially FLAWLESS. It is lettered in brown on the front cover and on the spine. The front cover is illustrated at the top with four ducks in flight. Illustrated throughout with drawings by Charles E. Pont.. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine condition/Very Good dust jacket. Illus. by Pont, Charles E.. 8vo. 253pp. Great Packaging, Fast Shipping.


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Wild Life of the South
Rutledge, Archibald
Pont, Charles E.
Book Condition
Used - Fine condition
Jacket Condition
Very Good dust jacket
First Edition
Frederick A. Stokes
Place of Publication
New York
Date Published
8vo. 253pp
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Nature / Natural History / Ecology / Gardening;

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