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Cap'n Eri: A Story of the Coast

by Lincoln, Joseph C

Condition: Fair +/No Jacket

NY: A.L. Burt Co., 1909. Book. Fair +. Cloth. Reprint.. 397 pp. plus advertising matter in rear. Dark green boards with black stamping of sailboat design, titling embossed. Large whitish circle on front cover, probably from a coffee cup. Title barely visible on darkened spine. Textblock is fragile and partly detached from spine backing but alll pages are present.Scuffing on rear board. Originally published in 1904, first novel in Lincoln's series about a romanticized Old Cape Cod. Became basis for the 2009 film "The Golden Boys." Size: 8vo -- 7.75 In Tall.


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