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Hunter by  J. A.( John ); Captain A. T. A. Ritchie - Intro Hunter - First Edition Thus - 1999 - from CCM Book Loft and

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by Hunter, J. A.( John ); Captain A. T. A. Ritchie - Intro

Condition: Fine/Fine

Long Beach, CA: Safari Press, 1999. Hardcover/ DJ (has price $29.95); both Fine condition. First Safari Press Edition- 1999, 2nd printing per no. line. DJ is bright, clean & glossy w/ just a trace of shelf wear. NO chips, frays, tears or spine discolor. Book is Fine to New. Light yellow pebble grain binding is tight, bright, clean & square w/ no wear. All spine lettering crisp & intact. Text is tight, white, clean, unmarked. NO remainder mark, owner names, etc.: NOT ex library. Excellent copy. ***Reliable, fast! (11ah). First Edition Thus. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine.


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