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The Bidwell Pub. Co, 1891. First edition. Hardcover. Good in blue boards with gilt and black lettering and art on front cover. No d.j. Inscribed copy. Inscribed by Bidwell to a friend and dated June 2. 1892 Signed George Bidwell. The inscription is under his picture on the frontispiece. This book must have once belonged to the Pony Express Museum, for it is stamped so four times. No library markings on outside of book. Blue boards with gilt lettering and black art work. No d.j. The boards have some corner wear and the hinge is good, but just starting to show signs of weakness. Illustrated with drawings, 624 pp. There is some very minor foxing throughout. All in all This is a nice clean copy, the binding is strong, The text is clean and pages are not torn or dirty. We provide fast and reliable shipping service. We started to sell on the internet in 1998. We ship from California. All our books are guaranteed.
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- Valley Books (US)
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