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A Horse of Your Own

by Stoneridge, M. A

Condition: Good in Good dust jacket


Doubleday, 1980. Revised Edition. Hardcover. Good in Good dust jacket. Illustrated by Savitt, Sam (illustrator). 536 pp. Index. Illustrated/Photos. Good condition book and dustjacket. Brown cloth with yellow boards good, spine extremeties little bumped. Pencil catalog number and Bookplate from the Blood-Horse reference library on front endpaper, otherwise interior in very good condition: crisp, clean, and tight. Dustjacket little edgeworn and rubbed, few small edge tears, spine ends chipped, not price-clipped. Good reading/working copy.. 8vo 8" - 9" tall Professional bookseller for twenty years. Orders shipped daily in cardboard bookfolds.


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