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A Sword of the Old Frontier: A Tale of Fort Chartres and Detroit -- Being a Plain Account of Sundry Adventures befalling Chevalier Raoul de Coubert, one time Captain in the Hussars of Languedoc, during the year 1763 by  Randall PARRISH - First Edition - 1905 - from Main Street Fine Books & Manuscripts, ABAA (SKU: 24859)

A Sword of the Old Frontier: A Tale of Fort Chartres and Detroit -- Being a Plain Account of Sundry Adventures befalling Chevalier Raoul de Coubert, one time Captain in the Hussars of Languedoc, during the year 1763

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A Sword of the Old Frontier: A Tale of Fort Chartres and Detroit -- Being a Plain Account of Sundry Adventures befalling Chevalier Raoul de Coubert, one time Captain in the Hussars of Languedoc, during the year 1763

by PARRISH, Randall

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Chicago: A.C. McClurg and Company, 1905. Hardcover. Illustrations by F.C. Yohn. 8vo. Tan cloth with black, white and orange pictorial stamping. vi, 407pp. Color frontispiece, 3 full-page color plates. Good plus. Mild shelfwear and abrasion near foot of spine, else a clean, tight and nice first edition of a title often found in worn, weak-hinged condition. Soupy historical adventure.

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Bookseller
Main Street Fine Books & Manuscripts, ABAA US (US)
Bookseller Inventory #
24859
Title
A Sword of the Old Frontier: A Tale of Fort Chartres and Detroit -- Being a Plain Account of Sundry Adventures befalling Chevalier Raoul de Coubert, one time Captain in the Hussars of Languedoc, during the year 1763
Author
PARRISH, Randall
Format/binding
Hardcover
Book condition
Used
Quantity available
1
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
A.C. McClurg and Company
Place of Publication
Chicago
Date published
1905
Bookseller catalogs
Books; American Literature;

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Main Street Fine Books & Manuscripts, ABAA

Main Street Fine Books & Manuscripts accepts most major credit cards and PayPal. Checks are welcome. Institutions will be accommodated as their procedures require. Every effort has been made to describe each book and any defects accurately. If an item proves unsatisfactory for any reason, it may be returned within seven days. We would appreciate a courtesy call if an item is being returned. Member ABAA, ILAB, MWABA, The Manuscript Society.

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Main Street Fine Books & Manuscripts, ABAA

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About Main Street Fine Books & Manuscripts, ABAA

Main Street Fine Books & Manuscripts has been serving book lovers, collectors and institutions since 1991. Our inventory of quality out-of-print books spans 50 subjects, while the extensive autograph holdings have a decidedly historical bent, reflecting personages from every field of human endeavor.

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