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Their Yesterdays

by Wright, Harold Bell. Illustrated By F. Graham Cootes

Condition: Near Fine/No Jacket


Chicago: The Book Supply Company Publishers, 1912. A list of 'Illustrations' provided. Four full-page colour illustrations drawn by F. Graham Cootes. All present, firmlly attached and in excellent condition on heavier semi-gloss stock (the count includes the frontispiece). Book ads at rear. Green cloth boards with decoration to front board... white title print to front board and spine. "A.L. Burt Company" Binding. Print to front board bright, white print to spine worn. Name to ffep. Small neat store sticker to fep. A sound book.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/No Jacket.


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  "I just found an autographed copy of this book. Printed September 1912. "

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