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Good Old Archibald by  Ethelyn M Parkinson - First Edition thus - 1960 - from BookRanger and

Good Old Archibald

by Parkinson, Ethelyn M

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Hardcover. Children's book. 160 pp. Weekly Reader Book Club edition. First Edition thus. Early printing. Light bumping to front corners and spine ends. Minor soiling and scratches on boards and spine. Slight horizontal crease across right half of front board midsection. Block and pages unmarked and lightly tanned. More photos upon request. Shipped in a box within a box, in bubble wrap; and with a tracking number. [318-20]

  • Seller: BookRanger US (US)
  • Seller: Inventory #: BR-1017-200
  • Title: Good Old Archibald
  • Author: Parkinson, Ethelyn M
  • Format/binding:Sewn binding is square and tight. Block and pages are clean and unmarked.
  • Book condition: Used
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Edition: First Edition thus
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: Abingdon Press
  • Place: New York
  • Date published: 1960


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