Tom Swift and His Airline Express, or, From Ocean to Ocean by Daylight (Tom Swift Series # 29)

By: Appleton, Victor

Price: $15.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Very Good-


Hardcover in dust jacket, (VG-/Fair), Grosset & Dunlap, 1926, 218 pages plus 2 pages of publisher’s adverts at back, twenty-five chapters, illustrated with glossy b&w frontis by W. S. Rogers, 5 in. x 7.5 in., tan cloth with red and black titles and decorations, corners and spine ends mildly bumped, one very slight pale-red mark on front cover, two-tone/duotone dust jacket has very slight damp marking to front panel and hinge of rear flap, jacket corners and spine ends bumped with chipping loss, jacket spine faded with piece missing at top, a few very short closed tears and rubbing to flap hinges, dust jacket protected in new archival plastic cover, reverse of jacket lists many different Grosset & Dunlap series titles, front free-endpaper neatly removed by a previous owner, otherwise contents clean and tight, Book: Very Good-, Dust Jacket: Fair {Dust jacket does show its age, but, even with minor damp marks, looks nice in its new cover - and the period illustration on the front panel is charming and fun!} 4987 [Sss0719AJ] Please feel free to contact us with questions about our books - we are happy to provide further information!

Title: Tom Swift and His Airline Express, or, From Ocean to Ocean by Daylight (Tom Swift Series # 29)

Author Name: Appleton, Victor

Categories: Children's, Juvenile Series,

Publisher: Grosset & Dunlap:

Binding: Hardcover in dust jacket

Book Condition: Very Good-

Jacket Condition: Fair

Seller ID: CL004987

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