Boston: Crocker & Brewster, 1852. Hard Cover. Black boards with a red highly decorative embossed spine.The title in gold lettering is bold and clear. The spine is worn with missing chips at the bottom, as well as a narrow strip missing from the top.Along the entire front seam at the.....
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Cambridge: Allyn and Bacon, 1923. Hard Cover. Sans DW in brown coves with black decorative design and title on front cover. The spine is faded and unreadableMinimal wear to top/bottom spine and corners. Penciled notes and owner name inside front cover.
New York: D. C.Divry, 1966. Third edition. Hard Cover. Sans , orange cover with Black lettering and trim.Soiled. Small stains on upper center of front cover.
New York: Wings Books, 1992. Hard Cover. DW, 1992 edition of the book published in 1950. Wear to corners, pages yellowed.
self, 1975. Paperback. 75 page paperback self published by the author. Peach colored with red chinese characters in two rows on front cover.
New York: Henry Holt, 1945. Hardcover. Ex school text. School stamp inside cover. Sans Dw.
London: Lund Humphries & Co LTD, 1952. Reprint. Hard Cover. Sans DW in burgundy covers . The gold lettering on the spine is faded and unreadable. The rear spine edge has been reglued. The front cover at the spine side is pulling away from the binding. Pages are yellowed otherwise...
New York: David McKay Company, 1947. Third Printing. Hard Cover. DW with chipped corners and top/bottom spine. Also a few small chips at top center front of DW.