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Quarter-bound burgundy cloth, blue boards, yellow topstain titled in gilt. Trace of foxing to text block edge, slight ridge to spine.
Firm binding, unmarked. Seller: curtis paul books inc. First Edition; First Printing. From the collection of Betty Anderson, legendary art director of publisher Knopf in the late 20th century as evidenced by her small and unobtrusive inventory number and signature on front paste down; Anne Tyler's second novel after If Morning ever comes, showing how a young boy comes to terms with his little sister's death.
Small bookstore label front fly, else fine in very good or better dustwrapper with a modest triangular chip at the foot of the spine affecting the lettering of the publisher's name and very slight toning.
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Author's second book, considered by some to be her scarcest. A nice copy.
Near Fine in Very Good dust jacket. Jacket has scuff and pen mark on front panel, small tear in front panel at top edge. Light blue paper-cover boards quarter-bound in maroon cloth with gold lettering on the spine. Ahearn APG a. A nice copy of Tyler's second novel. Very Good book with previous owner's tag and information written on the free front endpaper and a few areas of discoloration from something that was affixed to the rear endpaper in a Near Fine dust jacket with a bit of faint creasing to the bottom corner of the front flap and two faint spots of offsetting on the rear flap from the aforementioned item that was affixed to the rear endpaper.
Slightly small than dime-sized chip to jacket at to of spine, else light rubbing. Seller: Jay W. Ships with Tracking Number! Buy with confidence, excellent customer service! First printing. A collectible copy. May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. May be ex-library. Tin Can Tree Anne Tyler Near Fine in a Near Fine dust jacket. Her second novel. All domestic orders shipped protected in a Box.
Will appear smart when work completed.. First UK Edition. Seller: Cloud 9 Books Condition: New. Rare copy of the the author's second novel. A solid copy of this hard-to-find novel about a boy coping with his sister's death. Tape marks and pocket, one stamp. Back endpapers have very small water stains. Spine slightly loose. Good in very good dust jacket, protected with a fresh archival-quality mylar cover.. BE0IWY Knopf hard cover - BCE - minor staining to top page edge - otherwise dust jacket and cover like new binding strong contents clean - now in mylar cover - enjoy. Signed by author on title page and on book plate located on the half title.
Ex-library copy that has been professionally cleaned. Library call sticker was removed from dust jacket leaving a slight discoloration.
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Boards have remnants of library tape used to hold on Mylar cover. Library stamp was removed from title page.
Corners and edges rubbed. Previous owners name on front free endpaper.
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