The Space Novels of Jules Verne: From the Earth to the Moon and All Around the Moon
by Verne, Jules
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- Near Fine
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About This Item
New York: Dover Publications, 1954. Complete texts with original illustrations from the French editions; the only unabridged edition in print of the Roth translation, and the most faithful and readable version. A clean, tight copy with bright covers.. First Dover Edition. Wraps as Issued. Near Fine. Illus. by 41 Engravings. Octav0.
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- The Space Novels of Jules Verne: From the Earth to the Moon and All Around the Moon
- Verne, Jules
- 41 Engravings
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- Used - Near Fine
- First Dover Edition
- Dover Publications
- Place of Publication
- New York
- Date published
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