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AESOP'S FABLES., (Aesop).  Selected and illustrated by Michael Hague.
1 (Aesop). Selected and illustrated by Michael Hague. AESOP'S FABLES.
New York Holt, Rinehart and Winston 1985 0030020387 / 9780030020384 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good Michael Hague. 
27 pp, 10 1/4" H. Beaufifully illustrated throughout in full colour. Contents: The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse; The Lion and the Mouse; The Fox and the Goat; The Cat and the Birds; The Crow and the Pitcher; The Mice in Council; The Marriage of the Sun; The Hare and the Tortoise; The Wolf and the Kid; The Fox and the Grapes; The Ass in the Lion's Skin; The Fox and the Crow; The Cock and the Jewel. Spine has a slight lean, one very minor corner bump. Dust jacket has slight fading to spine color. 
Price: 15.00 USD
2 Axelrod, Alan, commentary. Arrangements by Dan Fox. SONGS OF THE WILD WEST.
New York Metropolitan Musem of Art / Simon & Schuster 1991 0671747754 / 9780671747756 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good+ Very Good+ 
128 pp, oblong large 8vo (9 1/2" H x 10 3/4" D). Decorated endpapers, profusely illustrated in color and b&w with photographs, reproductions. "Nothing captures the spirit of the Old West better than the jaunty tunes and classic ballads the cowboys and settlers sang, songs richly represented in this visually stunning volume. Panoramic in scope, the 45 songs, coupled with works of art from The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, and the Buffalo Bill Historical Center, Cody, Wyoming, chronicle the stirring saga of westward expansion and reflect every facet of life during one of the most exciting periods in our nation's history. The lore of the West intrigued many artists, and the works featured include paintings and sculpture by Frederic Remington, Charles M. Russell, and N.C. Wyeth, as well as a myriad of fascinating artifacts: saddles, spurs, guns, guitars, a stagecoach ticket, a Navajo blanket, and other objects that provide a vivid picture of life in the West. A lively and intriguing text further illuminates this bygone world, exploring the history of the songs, their lyrics, the accompanying art, and the development of the West. The music, arranged for beginning to intermediate musicians and accompanied by chords for the guitar or banjo, is suitable for piano, organ, violin, or recorder." Includes: Across the Wide Missouri; The Big Corral; Billy the Kid; Blood on the Saddle; The Boll Weevil; Bucking Bronco; Buffalo Gals; The Buffalo Hunters; Bury Me Not in the Lone Prairie; Cavalry Charge; Chopo; Cielito Lindo; Cindy; The Colorado Trail; Cotton-Eyed Joe; The Cowboy; Cowboy Jack; Cowboy Lullaby; The Cowboy's Lament; The Day of '49; Down in the Valley; Git Along, Little Doggies; Goodbye, Old Paint; Ho! Westward Ho!; Home on the Range; I Ride an Old Paint; Jack O'Diamonds; Jesse James; Night-Herding Song; The Old Chisholm Trail; Old Dan Tucker; Old Texas; Patsy Ory Ory Aye; The Railroad Corral; The Rainbow Cradle; Sam Bass; The Strawberry Roan; Sweet Betsy From Pike; Tenting on the Old Campground; The Texas Cowboy; The Texas Rangers; The Wabash Cannonball; The Wells and Fargo Line; The Yellow Rose of Texas; The Zebra Dun. Minor rubbing on glossy boards, 2" faint line indentation on fron board. Dust jacket has minor edge wrinkling, three tiny scuffs on front flap fold. 
Price: 25.00 USD
New York Vantage Press 1955 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Fair S. Storm Syversen. 
75 pp, 81/8" H. B&w illustrations. "Here are exciting tales of Norway's giants and dwarfs, of the kind little nisse, the ugly troll, the horrible draug, the invisible huldre folke. From the beautiful Norseland's dim past and from recent adventures there, (the author) has collected an enchanting group of 'tall tales' to delight America's boys and girls. (She) has visited the old haunts of Norway's legendary 'little people'. She has seen the mysterious stone carvings and other actual physical evidence of strange, unexplained events of long ago in the land of the Norsemen. Some of these stories Mrs. Christianson heard as a child as she sat by her grandmother, who related the old tales to the accompaniement of her spinning wheel. Some she heard directly from the lips of present-day Norwegian farmers and fishermen." Minor edge wear, slight bump at bottom of rear hinge. Dust jacket has moderate edge wear/wrinkling, is price clipped, 2" piece missing from top of spine, small sticker mark on front panel, light fading to spine, several archivally taped tears - one with creases. 
Price: 35.00 USD
New York ROC 2002 0451458753 / 9780451458759 1st Printing Mass Market Paperback Very Good+ Cover Art By Alan Pollock. 
364 pp. 6 3/4" H "There's a reason why Garrett's still in the P.I. business after all these years - he's not one to learn his lessons. Maybe that's why he lets himself get roped into being a bodyguard for Kip Prose, an obnoxious kid being threatened by creatures that can't quite be descibed. According to the kid, the attackers aren't after him at all - they're just trying to get to his friends Lastyr and Noodiss. But before Garrett can get Kip to explain just who or what Lastyr and Noodiss are, Kip is abducted, and the chase begins - " Interior - a bookstore's small stamp and number in ink on first page,otherwise clean and tight with no other ownership marks. Exterior - very minor edge wear. 
Price: 10.00 USD
New York ROC 1994 0451453050 / 9780451453051 Mass Market Paperback Very Good 
347 pp, 6 7/8" H. "When 'Royalty' paid the tab, price wasn't the issue, survival was. And Garrett wasn't sure it was worth his life to take Maggie Jean on as his client. Not in a kingdom where the biggest con artists weren't human, magic could beat any weapon, and the local killers were built like tanks. Still, damsels in distress were Garrett's weakness, especially when they had all the right equipment in all the right places. And it seemed like a simple missing person's case: a vanished teenage daughter, a distraught mother trying to track her down. But when the mother used to be the mistress of the now defunct king, and when a guy they called the Rainmaker (a character so well connected even Garrett's friends didn't want to rat on him) was far too interested in Maggie and ready to see Garrett permanently removed from the case, he knew he'd have to call in some big favors just to keep his head on his shoulders, let alone to find a kid who probably didn't want to be found." Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - very light edge wear. 
Price: 10.00 USD
6 Gruber, John, Editor. (Richard Steinheimer, Adria Daley Taylor, George H. Drury, Robert A. LeMassena, Michael Zega, Curt Tillotson Jr., Allan W. Miller, John Gruber, Robert A. Janz, Ralph D. Pierce, Brian Jennison.) VINTAGE RAILS. ISSUE NO. 9. FALL 1997.
Pasadena, California Pentrex 1997 Stapled in Wraps Very Good+ 
122 pp, 11" H - magazine format. Profusely illustrated with b&w and colour photographs, reproductions. Contents: Rare Pleasures; Authors Celebrate Glory of Steam Era (Lucius Beebe and Charles Clegg); Discovering Western Passenger Trains; Erie's Exotic Engines; Artist Albert Dome; Fallen Flags in the 1960s and '70s; A Toy Train Maker's Foray into Journalism; Dufaycolor Images Stand the Test of Time; Departments: Operator's Desk; Letters to the Editor; Readers Recall; Time-Tables: 1950 (four scenic routes and the L&N centennial); Unforgettable Railroad Days (Christmas 1953); Railroad Collectibles (depots and logs); Vintage Marketplace; Swap Meet; Terminal Ad (Rock Island). Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - very light wear at top/bottom of spine, minor wear on spine, old price sticker on front cover. 
Price: 10.00 USD
Madcap, (London, 1999), Ist printing. 
374 pp, Trade paperback. Cover art by Steve Weston. "Somewhere in outer space aliens are always lurking for the right moment to colonise or destroy Earth. Luckily, there are people with the courage and imagination to recognise these evil invaders and to resist them. In this tense and highly exciting collection of stories, Rosie and her friends realise they have the fight of their lives on their hands when they find they are living next door to aliens, Per Dawson faces the ultimate challenge when he is taken prisoner by invaders from another planet and city kid Josh Randolph finds life in the country is far from dull when he gets caught up in an inter-galactic war." Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - minor rubbing, tiny crease at top of rear cover, very faint sticker removal mark at top of front cover with some removal of two small areas of the title emblem, spine flat and uncreased. This is a new, unread book. VG 
Price: 18.00 USD
St. John's, Newfoundland Department of Folklore, Memorial University of Newfoundland 1998 0889013527 / 9780889013520 Reprint of the 1919 Edition. Soft Cover Very Good 
54 pp, 8 1/2" H. Many contemporary advertisements. A collection of observations on the folklore of Newfoundland, including hauntings, visions, howling dogs, black cats, the significance of the colour green, etc. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - very minor soiling on front cover, three old labels on rear cover. 
Price: 12.00 USD
AIR TRAILS PICTORIAL.  MARCH, 1948.  VOLUME XXIX, NO. 6., Lewis, Albert L., ed.  (Joseph B. Hartranft, Bob Arrentz, Don Downey, William Winter, C.B. Colby Richard Comey, Gilbert Close, Frank Tinsley, Charles H. Grant, Louis Garami, Sal Taibi, Abe Adler, J.L. Sadler, Michael La Torre, H.A. Thomas, et al.)
9 Lewis, Albert L., ed. (Joseph B. Hartranft, Bob Arrentz, Don Downey, William Winter, C.B. Colby Richard Comey, Gilbert Close, Frank Tinsley, Charles H. Grant, Louis Garami, Sal Taibi, Abe Adler, J.L. Sadler, Michael La Torre, H.A. Thomas, et al.) AIR TRAILS PICTORIAL. MARCH, 1948. VOLUME XXIX, NO. 6.
Street & Smith, New York, 1948. 
134 pp, 11 1/4" H, soft cover (magazine format). Profusely illustrated in b&w with photographs, drawings, plans, advertisements, 2-color fold-out of Boeing Stratojet. Contents: Wings of Liberty; Billy the Flying Kid (Bill Lear); Weary Wings (Davi s-Montham Field, Tucson, Arizona); We Fly the Bellanca Cruisair; You're a Sissy in a Spin; America's Super Sailplane; Airborne Laboratory; Flying Arrow; Color Cutaway: XB-47; Color Photo: XB-47; Jetcat; Sky Shark; Where is the C.L.A.?; Gara m i B i p e ; The Comet; Flyette; Drop-off Gear for Speed Control Models; Save That Ship; Book Notes: Zaic's Encyclopedia; OK Super 29; Piper Cub Special; Better Model Pictures; Ski Flight; Jets Steal Science Show; Operation Headache. Departments : De v el op me nt H i ghlights; Showcase; Readers Write; Air Notes; Air Progress: Flying Boats; Solo Club; Airmen of Vision Competition; Out West; Sketchbook; Model Matters; Report from Washington; Operation Headache; Contest Calendar; F.Y.I.; The L ast W ord . Int eri or - very light browning to pages, 6"x2" piece missing from bottom corner of last page - affects advertisements only, otherwise clean and tight with no other ownership marks. Exterior - light wear at top/bottom of spine, a f ew smal l w rink le s on spi ne. l ight browning to edges of textblock, very light browning on spine and rear cover, minor rubbing. Very Good- 
Price: 20.00 USD
10 Little, Jean. Signed. KATE.
Harper & Row, New York, (1971), Ist edition. 
162 pp, 8vo, hard cover in dust jacket. SIGNED BY AUTHOR ON TITLE PAGE. "Emily's character sketch of her best friend Kate covered just about everything. It said Kate liked to act tough, but with small children she was gentle. It said she loved words and hated parsnips. It said they would still be friends when they were old ladies in wheelchairs. But it didn't say that Kate was Jewish because, as Emily explained later, being Jewish was not exactly part of Kate's character. That was a year ago, and now a great deal had happened to change Emily's feelings toward Kate - and to change Kate's image of herself. Looking back, Kate tries to make sense of it all. It all started on the day she met that little kid who called herself Susannah...For Kate, it has been a year of insight and discovery, of learning as much about others as she does about herself. Kate still doesn't have all the answers. But she has made an important beginning." Light edge wear to boards, tiny bump to top corners, top/bottom of spine lightly bumped, tiny faint foxing marks on edges of textblock. Dust jacket is price-clipped, has moderate edge wear/rubbing, tiny chips and tears, light fading to spine color, browning at top edge of rear flap, one corner crease. VG-/Good 
Price: 25.00 USD
CLASSIC TRAINS:  THE GOLDEN AGE OF RAILROADING.  SPRING 2008 / SUMMER 2008 (PULLMAN SPECIAL) / FALL 2008.  3 ISSUES., McGonigal, Robert S., editor.  Joe Wlesh, Robert Klara, Michael Zega, H. Marshall Pomroy, Richard E. Harold, J. David Ingles, Robert S. McGonigal, Art Peterson, Theodore Shrady, Karl Zimmermann, Jim Shaughnessy, Alden Armstrong, Ed Theisinger, et al.
11 McGonigal, Robert S., editor. Joe Wlesh, Robert Klara, Michael Zega, H. Marshall Pomroy, Richard E. Harold, J. David Ingles, Robert S. McGonigal, Art Peterson, Theodore Shrady, Karl Zimmermann, Jim Shaughnessy, Alden Armstrong, Ed Theisinger, et al. CLASSIC TRAINS: THE GOLDEN AGE OF RAILROADING. SPRING 2008 / SUMMER 2008 (PULLMAN SPECIAL) / FALL 2008. 3 ISSUES.
Waukesha, WI Kalmbach 2008 Stapled in Wraps Very Good+ 
98 pp, 114 pp, 98 pp, 10 3/4" H, 3 issues (magazine format). Profusely illustrated with b&w and color photographs, maps. Spring articles: Final Weeks of N&W Steam; The Bold Style of Tom Fawell; Harold Stewart and the Pacific Electric; Red Car Revival; One Day at - Brimingham, Ala.; Anatomy of a Night Photo; Bird's-Eye View: Citadel of the C&EI; The 'Black Market' and Power for No.5; B&O's P-1d Pacifics; My First Day on the Railroad. Summer (Pullman Special) contents: Empire of Hospitality; Woolen Wonders; " - in Safety and Comfort"; Two Hours to Harrisburg; Harolds, Pullmans, and the War Years; Classics Today: Unlikely Survivors; Steel Cars, Soft Berths; Louisville to Lillooet in a Lower; The Central Pulls Out of Pullman; End of the All-Pullman Limiteds; Pageant at Ashley; Bird's Eye View: Appleyard in Wenatchee, Wash.; All the Way to San Jose. Fall contents: Two Days with Western Maryland Steam; Around the "Standard-Gauge Circle"; Unexpected Fan-Trip Adventure; JV is for Johnsonville; Cocky Kid at Rock Island's MC Tower; Classics Today: Urban Sentinel; Photo Section; Mixed Train to Waterloo; Bird's-Eye View: NYC on the Hudson River; One Day at - Hermosa, Wyo. Interiors - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exteriors - very light wear on spines, tiny corner creas on fron cover of 'Spring 2008'. 
Price: 20.00 USD
General Store Publishing House, Burnstown, Ontario, 1999, first edition. 
151 pp, 8 15/16" H, soft cover. ISBN 1894263162 B&w photographs. "In the late 1930s, Les Morrison graduated from cleaning car windows for nickels and dimes, that era's version of today's 'squeegee kid', to a new career as a 'boy with a bicycle', making deliveries all over Toronto. He considered himself fortunate to move up from six to nine dollars a week, at a time when jobs were scarce and school was for the rich. But fate had other things in store for him. By 1942, the war against Hitl er had become a way of life for everyone, and eighteen-year-old Les, like most of his age, answered the call to enlist. But not in the army. He had no wish to end up like veterans of the Great War - gassed, skewered by bayonets, or peppered wit h s hrapnel. He would join the RCAF - the elite of the armed forces, he believed - and soar above it all. The risk of crash and burn never entered his head. Flying Officer Morrison defied the odds. Flying Lancaster bombers with 424 (Tiger) Squa dr o n, then based in England, he successfully flew many missions over Germany, cheating death repeatedly to his ongoing amazement. (This book) takes the reader along in the cockpit of a WWII bomber, with humour and grace, to share the experiences of o ne ordinary young man who, like thousands of others, felt lucky to come back alive." Interior - place, date and signature in ink on title page; previous owner's small bookplate with name in ink on dedication page; otherwise clean and tight w ith no oth er ownership marks. Exterior - minor rubbing. Very Good 
Price: 15.00 USD
New York BasicCivitas 2009 0465003176 / 9780465003174 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good+ Very Good+ 
291 pp, large 8vo (9 1/2" H). "The 369th Infantry Regiment was the first African American regiment mustered to fight in World War I. In a war where the vast majority of black soldiers served in the Service of Supply, unloading ships and building roads and railroads, the men of the 369th trained and fought side by side with the French at the front (America's segregation policy prohibited them from serving together with white American soldiers) and ultimately spent more days in the trenches than any other American unit. They went to war in defense of a country afflicted by segregation, Jim Crow laws, lynchings, and racial violence, but a country they believed in all the same. Despite extraordinary odds, the 369th became one of the most successful - and feared - regiments of the war. The Harlem Hellfighters, as their enemies named them, showed extraordinary valor on the battlefield, with many soldiers winning the Croix de Guerre and the Legion of Honor, and were the first Allied unit to reach the Rhine River. A riveting depiction of both social triumph and battlefield heroism." Tiny bump at top of spine. Dust jacket has minor edge wrinkling, minor rubbing. 
Price: 15.00 USD
Dovecote, Stanbridge, Wimborne, Dorset, 1990. 
133 pp, large 8vo (9 1/8" H), soft cover. ISBN 0946159866 B&w illustrations, maps. "With few exceptions, England's most celebrated pirates first put to sea from the creeks and harbours of Dorset, Devon, Cornwall, Somerset and Avon. Men like Blac kbeard of Bristol, whose whiskered face 'frightened America more than any Comet!'; the successive buccaneers who turned Lundy Island into a pirate stronghold; Harry Pay, whose annual return to his home port of Poole with enough brandy and w i n e f o r t he entire town left few sober; the great William Dampier, the only pirate whose portrait hangs in the National Portrait Gallery; and Captain Every, 'King of the Pirates', whose fortune was so immense he offered to pay of the National D eb t i n re tu r n for a Royal Pardon. Then there were the women: the blue-blooded Lady Killigrew of Falmouth, and Maria Cobham of Plymouth, who wore buckskin breeches and was as skilled with a dagger as she was with her brace of pistols." Inte rio r - c le an an d t ig ht with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - soft crease at bottom corner of covers, very small crease at top corner of front cover, very small bump at top of spine, minor rubbing. Very Good 
Price: 15.00 USD
Toronto Van Nostrand Reinhold 1981 0442296355 / 9780442296353 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good+ Very Good 
208 pp, 11 1/4" H. Profusely illustrated with b&w and colour photographs, reproductions. "(T)akes a fascinating look at the personalities and events that have made the Gardens Canada's most famous building. It is the interesting story of the building of the Gardens and of the hockey greats who have played there. It is also, in many ways, the story of popular entertainment in Canada from 1931 to 1981. Over 100 million people have been entertained by ballet, opera, circuses, skating extravaganzas and concerts of all sorts, in addition to almost every kind of sporting event from boxing and wrestling to bicycle racing. The arena has also been the site of political and religious rallies, benefits in support of the war effort, community events such as Brownie and Boy Scout pageants, and service club fund-raisers. This nostalgic book will remind sports fans of the Leafs' high-scoring Kid Line, of George Chuvalo going the distance with Muhammad Ali or of Vitas Gerulaitas defeating Bjorn Borg. Rock fans will remember attending an Elvis Presley concert, or waiting hours in line for Beatles' tickets. (It) also contains a detailed chronology of the milestones in the history of the Gardens for the trivia buff." Minor edge wear, minor wrinkling at bottom of spine. Dust jacket has very light edge wear, one very small edge tear archivally taped. 
Price: 30.00 USD
THE COMPLETE FILMS OF BETTE DAVIS.  REVISED & UPDATED EDITION., Ringgold, Gene.  Revised and updated by Lawrence J. Quirk.  Foreword by Henry Hart.
16 Ringgold, Gene. Revised and updated by Lawrence J. Quirk. Foreword by Henry Hart. THE COMPLETE FILMS OF BETTE DAVIS. REVISED & UPDATED EDITION.
Citadel Press / Carol Publishing, New York, 1990, revised, updated edition. 
216 pp, small 4to (10 15/16" H), soft cover. ISBN 080651177X Profusely illustrated with b&w photographs/movie stills. Arranged in four sections: Apprenticeship - Acclaim - Admiration - Aftermath. Each listing gives the cast, credits and a synop sis of the movie and many include reviews by the critics. A listing of made-for-television movies gives cast and credits only. Interior - small gift inscription on first page, very small brown stain on inside of front cover, otherwise clean and t i ght with no other ownership marks. Exterior - very light edge wear, very small stain on front cover, minor rubbing. Very Good 
Price: 17.50 USD
Toronto McClelland & Stewart 2007 0771075391 / 9780771075391 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good+ Very Good+ 
348 pp, large 8vo (9 1/4" H). B&w photographs, maps. "One of Canada's first scientific explorers, Joseph Burr Tyrrell began his career in the late nineteenth century by surveying the Rocky Mountains on foot and mapping remote northern regions from a birchbark canoe; he ended it at the dawn of the Atomic Age, flying across the wilderness in bush planes. Among his many accomplishments, Tyrrell discovered Canada's first dinosaur, Albertosaurus, and an Ice Age glacier he named Keewatin. He risked his own and his companions' lives charting the Dubawnt and Kazan river networks west of Hudson Bay, and rescued the maps and records of Canada's great geographer, David Thompson, from oblivion. After he failed to find gold in the Klondike, Tyrrell gambled on buying a gold mine in Kirkland Lake, Ontario, and won millions." Light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine. Dust jacket has very light edge wrinkling - mainly at top/bottom of spine and flap-folds, very minor edge wear. 
Price: 17.50 USD
THE SECRET OF TIPPITY WITCHIT.  AN ODD & ELSEWHERE STORY., Roose-Evans, James.  Illustrated by Brian Robb.
18 Roose-Evans, James. Illustrated by Brian Robb. THE SECRET OF TIPPITY WITCHIT. AN ODD & ELSEWHERE STORY.
Andre Deutsch, (London, 1975), first edition. 
95 pp, 8vo (8 1/2" H), hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN 0233966838 B&w illustrations. "Odd and Elsewhere set off in high spirits for Tippity House, where Elsewhere is to be crowned King of the Clowns. But by the time they arrive Elsewhere is thor oughly jittery. Will the other clowns accept him? Will he make a good king? It is Coco, the French Clown, he chiefly fears, and it is Coco and his friends who resent Elsewhere so bitterly they decide to put a stop to the crowning by kid n a p p i n g t h e old king. Odd and Elsewhere go after them, and in the Brockland Forest Elsewhere faces the first of the two challenges that he has to meet and overcome before he can accept the crown...." Dust jacket is price clipped, has ligh t ed ge w ri nk li n g/ cr easing - mainly at top of rear panel and rear flap. NF/VG 
Price: 25.00 USD
19 Stelling, Keith, ed. (Ronald J. Dugas, Mary Bove, P. Boldrini, Walter Kacera, Pat Crocker, Hein Zeylstra, Keith Stelling, Suzette Salama, Magda Salib.) THE CANADIAN JOURNAL OF HERBALISM. WINTER ISSUE, 1995. VOL XVI NO 2.
Ontario Herbalists' Association, Stoney Creek, Ontario, 1995. 
40 pp + ads, 11" H, soft cover (stapled in wraps). B&w illustrations. Contents: Phytotherapy Canada: The international conference; Editorial; Bill C-7: Victory for freedom of choice in health care; More kid stuff: Pediatric herbs - Part II in our series; Water - Hamilton (Ontario): An Alarming Case Study; From Rain to Tears: An expedition to the Venezuelan Rainforest; Book reviews; Winter Salads; Research: Pesticides, Warfarin, Fenugreek, etc.; The Future of Herbal Medicine; Phytot h e r a p y a s an adjunct in Cancer Treatment; OHA President's Message; Calendar. Interior - faint liquid mark on inside bottom of front cover, otherwise clean and tight with no other ownership marks. Exterior - faint liquid mark at bottom of r ea r an d fr on t c ov er, minor soiling, one tiny soft corner crease. Very Good 
Price: 10.00 USD

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