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Baum's John Dough & the Cherub  

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John Dough and the Cherub

Baum, L. Frank


Reilly & Britton Co.



314, [2] + [4] ad pp. Illustrated throughout with color and black & white drawings by John R. Neill. (8vo) pictorial tan cloth stamped in red, olive & black; color pictorial endpapers. First Edition, Second Printing, Binding A.

Second printing, lacks the detachable contest blank for "The Great John Dough Mystery: Is the Cherub Girl or Boy?" at p. 9. With misprint on p. 275, line 10 corrected ("cave" for "cage"); Binding A with the publisher's imprint on spine reading in large and small capital letters; the back cover illustration stamped in black. Bienvenue & Schmidt p. 227

Lot Amendments

Rubbing with light fraying at ends of slightly leaning spine, partial cup circle on cover, light soiling and corner wear; hinges cracked, a few stains; very good.

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