Flying Against Time, or Ted Scott Breaking the Ocean to Ocean Record (Ted Scott Flying Stories # 9)

By: Dixon, Franklin W., illustrated by Walter S. Rogers

Price: $17.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Very Good


Hardcover in dust jacket, Dust Jacket: Good-, Book: Very Good, Grosset & Dunlap, 1929, 214 pages plus 4 pages of publisher’s adverts at back, twenty-five chapters, orange decorated endpapers, illustrated with b&w glossy frontis, tan boards with black titles and decorations, 5-1/16 in. x 7-5/8 in., minor bumping to corners and spine ends, top of text block tinted blue - now slightly faded, dust jacket shows bumping and some chipping loss to spine ends and corners as well as some fading to spine, light wear and creasing to jacket edges, rubbing to jacket spine and flap joints, dust jacket protected in new archival plastic cover, pages age-toned, otherwise contents clean and tight, (VG/G-) {While the dust jacket does show its age somewhat, the front panel is still bright and fun, and the jacket as a whole shows very nicely in its new cover.} 4981 [Sss0719AJ] Please feel free to contact us with questions about our books - we are happy to provide further information!

Title: Flying Against Time, or Ted Scott Breaking the Ocean to Ocean Record (Ted Scott Flying Stories # 9)

Author Name: Dixon, Franklin W., illustrated by Walter S. Rogers

Illustrator: Walter S. Rogers

Categories: Children's, Juvenile Series,

Publisher: Grosset & Dunlap:

Binding: Hardcover in dust jacket

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: Good-

Seller ID: CL004981

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