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Secrets of Successful Fishing [Dell M102]

by Shakespeare, Henry

Condition: Very Good +


New York: Dell, 1962. Mass market paperback, "Fifth printing - May, 1966", 200 pages including drawings and black-and-white photographs; tiny traces of shelf wear to exterior, spine and covers uncreased, tears to bottom corners of all pages to text page 12 with letters of some words missing on 3 pages, but tight in binding, very clean and unmarked throughout.. Paperback Original. Soft Cover. Very Good +.


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