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They all Discovered America by  Charles Michael Boland - Hardcover - Later Printing - [1961] - from James F. Balsley, Bookseller and

They all Discovered America

by Boland, Charles Michael

Condition: Very Good in Very Good+ dust jacket

Garden City, New York: Doubleday & Company, Inc.. Very Good in Very Good+ dust jacket. [1961]. Later Printing. Hardcover. No statement of edition or printing on copyright page. Price on DJ is $4.95. Grey cloth cover over boards. There is a thin line of black just above the bottom edge which transferred from the back of a previous DJ cover, otherwise clean and unworn. Endpapers have some light foxing. Previous owner's name label on ffep. The front endpaper is crackd for about the top 1.5 inches, but mesh underneath is sound. Pages clean and unmarked. DJ has very minimal wear and some toning along top edge. Not price clipped. DJ now in new Brodart archival sleeve. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 384 pages .


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