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Tom Cardiff in the Big Top. First Edition, 1927

By Garis, Howard

Bradley, 1927 Milton Bradley 1927.First Edition.Illustrated by W.B. King., 1927. Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine in original red illustrated cloth, white titles. No Jacket. 1st Edition. A Scarce Early Tom Cardiff Adventure novel. . Near Fine.


The Mystery of the Yellow Tie. G&D, 1939 Hardcover. 'Spotlight Books for Boys'

By Laurence Dwight Smith

1939 Grosset & Dunlap, NY, 1939. Cloth. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. Laune, Paul (illustrator). Bound in blue cloth covers with yellow letters. 220 pages. Illustrated end papers. .


The Mystery of the Snowbound Express - First Edition, 1929, Hardcover.

By BARTLETT, Philip A.

1929 Grosset & Dunlap, NY, 1929. Hard Cover. Condition: near Fine Clean Book. Illustrated (illustrator). First Edition (US) First Printing, 243 pages. .


Children of Foreign Lands Library: 8 Linenlike Books No. 3400. Ching Ling and Ting Ling., Maria and Carlos, Wilhelmina, Laka, Abdul, Chula, Olga, Matsu and Taro.

Platt & Munk All good with mild wear. Ching Ling and Ting Ling., Maria and Carlos, Wilhelmina, Laka, Abdul, Chula, Olga, Matsu and Taro. . Bagged & Boarded for Posterity.


Raggedy Ann and Andy and the Camel with the Wrinkled Knees - Early Fine Pinting in Dust Jacket

By Gruelle, Johnny

Volland, 1924 A very nicely preserved example in the original dust jacket with a few small chips. Quite bright. Likely from the mid-1940's with a dated (Christmas 1946) gift inscription. . First. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Very Good. Archival Wrapped DJ.


The Pest - Second Printing, 1923

By Terhune, Albert Payson

Grosset & Dunlap, 1923 Grosset & Dunlap, New York, 1923. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Reprint; Second Printing. No remainder marks. Not an ex-library copy. A stated "Second Printing. 327 pages.. Bagged for Posterity.


Lefty Locke, Wins Out. 1926 First Edition, Dust Wrapper.

By Burt l Standish

NY, NY: Barse & Hopkins, 1926 DJ is 98% complete with lots of chipping and a few tears, left flap apart from the rest. True 1st B&H printing with this title (#15) last in the rear ads. . First. Hard Cover. BG/Good. 12mo. Archival Wrapped DJ.


The Babysiter's Club - Books 1-45 Complete.

By Martin, Ann M.

1922 A nice sat. . About Fine.


The Giant Moose - [The Boys Big Game Series] First Edition, 1912

By Whitney, Elliot

Reilley & Lee , 1912 Near Fine. .


Now We Are Six. Methuen & Co. Ltd. (UK) (1927) First Printing

By A A Milne

Methuen, 1927 Near Fine in maroon cloth, gilt titles & illustrated covers. Short tear to lower left corner of contents page, owner name and date (Elizabeth Hodges December, 1927) to the upper right-hand corner of the front illustrated fep. Contents are near fine. 103 pp ilusytated in B&W and color. Lovely & Fine (faux) dust wrapper included, an exact replica of the Methuen original for your viewing pleasure without the exorbitant cost of an original!. .


The Fourth Down - First Edition Hardcover, 1912. The Well-Worth College Series

By Quirk, Lislie W.

Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1912 The Well-Worth College Series. VG with both hinges coose and cracked on the inside. Christmas gift inscribed in 1912 on the first fep (blank), small 'discard' stamp on the inside of the rear cover & diagonal manilla 1/2 pocket, 2 small white letters on lower spine. Contants are very nice. 4 semi-glossy plate illustrations, 321 pps + 4 pps ads in the rear. . First. Hard Cover. VG. Illus. by Henry S. Watson. 12mo.


The Adventures Of Jerry Muskrat - Signed Hardcover.

By Thornton W. Burgess

NY: Little, Brown, and Company, 1914 'The Bedtime Story Books' edition. Dated 1939 on the title page. Signed and inscribed 'Your Friend, Thornton W. Burgess 1940' on the front end paper. Good condition with general wear. . Illus. by Harrison Cady. Bagged for Posterity.


Sweet Valley High .... Set of 37 Titles

By Pascal's Francine

All Near fine to fine. . Paperback Wraps. 12.


Gunston Cotton

By Grayson

New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., Inc. 1939., 1939. 1st edition. Octavo, original red cloth titled in black on spine & front panel. A very good copy..


Jack of the Circus - First Edition in Dust Wrapper, 1931

By Brandeis, Madeline

The Reilly And Lee Company, Chicago, 1931. 281 pages. 1st edition, very good condition, owner inscription (in pencil) to the first fep. The wrap-around color illustrated dust jacket is presentable with bright colors, interiour (underside) tape repairs (old) along the top and bottom edges A young readers story as a Boy Scout whose father is a Lion Trainer, and joining the Circus as a musical clown. Illustrated with drawings by Howard Church. Scarce in the color DW.. Archival Wrapped DJ.


Sunny Boy Series: Collection of All 14 Titles, All in Dust Jackets.

By Ramy Allison White

These are the white background with Sunny Boy and his dog pictured both on the front panels and the spines. Early but not first printings. #'s 4, 8, & 9 were Printed by Barse (Green bds), the rest are G&D pubs (Orange bds). All are numbered on the spine of the dust wrappers. The DJ's are in varying conditions from fair to VG-. Sold as a set only, photos available. I will also add a clear archival dust jacket wrap to each book for an additional price if you would like, just ask.. VG.


Under Otis in the Philippines. #4 in Old Glory Series

By Edward Stratemeyer

Hardcover Publisher: Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Co., Boston, 1899 Red cloth with color illustrated FC, 332 p. plus 2 p. ads & 1 p. ad at preliminary page. Spine frayed at tips of spine, but a most attractive and clean covers; contents tight and clean.. VG. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾".


BILLY WHISKERS' TREASURE HUNT. Continuing the Famous Billy Whiskers Series. Popular Edition, 1928

By Wheeler, F G

Hardcover Publisher: The Saalfield Publishing Company, Akron Ohio, 1928 The sixth in the original series. Illustrated by Frances Brundage; Popular Edition. Adorned by a bright and fine color frontispiece, B&W drawings throughout. Colorful clean and clear picture boards, Minor edge wear, VG to near fine. Very clean text.. Bagged for Posterity.


How Wide the Heart - 1st Edition, HC/DJ 1959

By Ogilvie, E.

NY: Whittlesey House, 1959 A decent example from a local rural NH library with typical marks inside the book, no spine labels or other library indications on the outside of the book or dust wrapper. A new archival wrap has been installed.. True 1st. Hard. Good/Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾". Archival Wrapped DJ.


Boy Jockey - 1st HC Edition, 1953

By Roger Treat

NY: A. S. Barne, 1953 A nice example from a local rural NH library with typical marks inside the book, no spine labels or other library indications on the outside of the book or dust wrapper. A new archival wrap has been installed to further preserve this dust wrapper for your enjoyment.. True 1st. Hard. Good/Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾".


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