New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1923. First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine/Near fine. Illustrated by Charles S. Chapman and Frank Street. 4to. vii,(3),253pp. Black cloth, gilt spine title, upper board blocked in gilt and with a full color paste-on. Complete with seven full page, full color illustrations on coated stock. The 'Other Stories' are: The Great Slave, Yaqui, Tigre and The Rubber Hunter, Pages lightly toned from age, and the first three leaves have a light crease at the upper corner, else this is a fine copy. The dustwrapper is not price-clipped and has the original $3.00 price. It has separated at the fold, lacks a portion of the very top edge of the upper panel, and has some old tape reinforcement on the reverse, but presents a near fine appearance, It is on gray stock printed in black and with a full color paste-on to the upper panel. The Bookseller Re-Order coupon is still present on the rear panel.
(Inventory #: 19662)
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