Walter Van Tilburg Clark - The Ox-Bow Incident: A Story of the West in 1885 by one of the Most Exciting Writers of Our Time
New York: Random House, 1940. Third printing. Hardcover. 8vo. Beige boards with blue and gold banding and lettering at the spine. Publisher's top-stain. 309pp. Staining to the outer boards, text-block edge, pastedowns, and endpapers. Poor condition. Minor separation of the text-block from the spine. The spine is very slightly rolled. Creasing, toning, scratching, smudging, and discoloration to the outer/inner boards, endpapers, pages of the text, and the text-block edge. The dust jacket is not price clipped (shows the original price of $2.00) and is in poor condition. Light sun-fading to the spine. Edge-wear to the perimeter of the dust jacket. Creasing, toning, scratching, smudging, and discoloration to all faces of the dust jacket. Some chipping to the upper/lower dust jacket spine. Some wear and chipping to corners and hinges. Open tears, chipping, and damage to most of the dust jacket.
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