Title: Harrison Keith's Triumph, or, On a Dark ...
Publisher: Street & Smith
Publication Date: 1907
Binding: Soft cover
Edition: 1st Edition
Good; Softcover; 12mo 7" - 7½" tall; Mass Market PB; 300 pages, mass market paperback. 15 cents cover price. Full listing of New Magnet Library publications at front of book. Probable first printing since list is to #483. Binding solid, though spine is creased and appears to have been reinforced with glue; hence cover is slightly off kilter. Front cover intact though bottom edge is creased and frayed. Long diagonal crease across corner. Back cover has an "M" stamped in purple. Interior clean, unmarked. Pages moderately and uniformly tanned. No signs of foxing. Bookseller Inventory # 27691
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