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Gondor, Emery I.


New York, Howell, SLoskin, (1942).

First edition. Oblong 4to. Stiff boards, spiral bound. And with diecut heads of the

boys in the story peeking up over the pages. Printed in color throughout on one

side of the page, and in black and white on the other.

A near fine copy, with all of the heads intact and untorn.

Charming story of how these boys managed to dispose of themselves

one after the other until only one was left, and he got married and

had a family.....


Grey, Zane


New York, Harper & Brothers Publishers, (1923).

First edition, first printing. 4to. vii,(3),253pp. Black cloth, gilt spine title, upper board blocked in gilt

and with a full color pasteon. Complete with seven full page, full color illustrations on coated stock.

The 'Other Stories' are:

The Great Slave, Yaqui, Tigre


The Rubber Hunter


Pages lightly toned from age, and the first three leaves have a light crease at the upper corner, else this

is a fine copy. The dustwrapper is not priceclipped and has the original $3.00 price. It has separated

at the fold, lacks a portion of the very top edge of the upper panel, and has some old tape

reinforcement on the reverse, but presents a near fine appearance, It is on gray stock printed in black

and with a full color pasteon to the upper panel. The Bookseller ReOrder coupon is still present on

the rear panel.


Grahame, Kenneth


London, John Lane the Bodley Head, (1902).

First edition. 8vo. 228pp. followed by a publisher's catalogue. Full green cloth blocked in an

illustration in light green, dark green, redbrown, black and gilt. Top edge gilt. A fine copy with

only a trace of wear at the corners.

This is the scarce socalled "Full Green First Edition" because of its lovely full green cloth vividly

blocked with a Parish illustration. Illustrated within with pictorial endpapers, a double page

illustrated title page and full page monochrome plates by Parish.

Eight stories, including, of course,

The Reluctant Dragon