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1 Adams, Clifton Killer In Town
Dell First Edition A199 1959 First Edition Paperback Very Good Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
Cdn.; two friends find themselves on opposite sides of the law, one a Territory marshal, the other a wanted man in Kansas; cover by John Leone; spine slant; internally tight and clean; 
Price: 5.00 USD
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2 Allen, Eric A Killer in Whiskey Smith
Ace 44250 1971 Paperback Near Fine Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
The third of the author's titles set in Whiskey Smith, "the jumping off spot for the real Wild West of the frontier days." A man who was judged to be defending himself when he killed three men on a Fort Smith street is heading back to the same town, looking for his brother's killers. Only mild wear. A nice copy. 
Price: 5.00 USD
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3 Baker, Brister, Berard, Carpenter, Cogswell, Cruickshank, Hines, Mathews, Walters, Whitechurch Famous Western, April 1952
Columbia Publications 
stories by John Jo Carpenter, Richard Brister, A.A. Baker, Ralph Berard, Harold F. Cruickshank, Rex Whitechurch, C.H. Cogswell, Cliff Walters, James A. Hines, J.J. Mathews; uneven tear to left edge of front cover, the usual short tears/chipping/edgewear, 1/4" of top spine chipped, some foxing to first couple of pages; 
Price: 10.00 USD
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4 Ballard, Todhunter Blood and Gold
Belmont B50-1005 1969 1st Belmont edition Paperback Very Good Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
Cdn.; originally published in 1962, under the title "Gopher Gold"; an epidemic strikes a small town consumed by gold fever, and while trying to stem the first sickness, a young doctor must also deal with the deadly consequences of the latter; cover illustration by G. Alvara; mild roll, mild dampstaining to edges, light tanning, a bit of handling wear; internally clean; 
Price: 5.00 USD
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5 Blackburn, Tom W. (ed.) They Opened the West
London White Lion Publishers 1973 0 85617 926 4 / 9780856179266 1st UK edition Hard Cover Good About Good Octavo -- from 7¾" to 9¾" Tall 
originally published in New York, in 1967, by Doubleday; "an anthology of fact and fiction -- much of it especially written for this volume and appearing for the first time herein -- which outlines westward expansion in terms of the adventures associated with the roads and rivers, communications and pioneering enter prises, which quite literally opened the way for the vast mass migration which followed."; contributors include Cliff Farrell, Lucia Moore, Bill Gulick, Giff Cheshire, Brian Garfield, Kenneth Fowler, Frank C. Robertson, Glenn Shirley, Ray Hogan, C.S. Park, Agnes Wright Spring, Fred Grove, and Allan R. Bosworth; minor bumps to corners/spine ends, tanned/dusty edges, moderate general wear; edgeworn dj w/short edge tears, 3/4" x 1" piece and 1/4" x 1/4" piece from top edge, rubbing, impressions, scratches; 
Price: 8.50 USD
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Flying U Ranch, Bower, B.M.
6 Bower, B.M. Flying U Ranch
New York Grosset & Dunlap / G&D Hard Cover Very Good Very Good Small Octavo -- from 7.75" to 9.75" Tall 
When the boss of the Flying U Ranch was away in Chicago, his former partner "stocked a neighboring ranch with sheep. The very sight and smell of their woolly bodies, as the sheep were driven upon the choicest pasturage land of the Flying U Coulee, drove the cowboys frantic with rage." Caramel cloth w/black lettering to front cover/spine, 260 pages. Lightly tanned/smudged edges, in dust jacket w/moderate edgewear, sunned spine (still legible, but quite faded), 3/8" tear to top edge of front panel. A nice clean copy. Dust jacket in protective mylar sleeve. 
Price: 8.00 USD
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The Untamed, Brand, Max (pseudonym of Frederick Faust)
7 Brand, Max (pseudonym of Frederick Faust) The Untamed
London & New York G.P. Putnam's Sons/Putnam 1925 2nd Putnam's UK printing Hard Cover Very Good Very Good Duodecimo -- from 6.75" to 7.75" tall 
Brand's first novel, originally published as a six-part serial beginning with the December 7th, 1918 issue of 'All-Story Magazine.' Red cloth w/black lettering to front cover/spine, 374 pages + 5 pages of ads for various Putnam's Half-a-Crown fiction editions. This second printing was issued in January, 1925, with the first printing having appeared in October, 1924. Edgewear/scrapes, tiny scrape to left edge of front cover, small abrasion/scrape to bottom of front gutter, numerous abrasions/scrapes to rear gutter, lightly foxed edges, light general wear, in dust jacket w/light chipping to corners/spine ends, small ballpoint pen tip-sized puncture over front gutter, 1/2" tear to top left spine edge, light smudging to rear panel. No previous owner's name or notations, red cloth still bright. An extremely difficult title to turn up in a dust jacket of any kind (this one is now in a protective mylar sleeve). Jacket illustration shows a wide-eyed, colourfully-dressed cowboy about to pull a weapon from his holster while his other hand pats the head of a wolf who stares intently at whatever it is that has captured the cowboy's attention. (A bibliographic note: there is a Ryerson Press sticker affixed to the spine of the dust jacket, so this printing might also be considered a Canadian edition, although whether a first thus or not is uncertain.) 
Price: 150.00 USD
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Bloody Bones Canyon (Cheyenne #19), Cole, Judd
8 Cole, Judd Bloody Bones Canyon (Cheyenne #19)
New York Leisure 40778 /Dorchester Publishing 1996 0-8439-4077-8 / 9780843940770 First Edition Paperback Very Good Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
Paperback original. Continues the story of Touch the Sky, son of a great Indian chief raised by white settlers, who returned to live with his people. 167 pages + nine pages of publisher's advertisements. Mild slant, some edgewear, moderate handling wear. Uncommon first printing 
Price: 12.50 USD
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The Outlaw Sheriff, Dunning, Hal
9 Dunning, Hal The Outlaw Sheriff
New York Chelsea House 1928 First Edition Hard Cover Good Fair Small Octavo -- from 7.75" to 9.75" Tall 
When a sheriff is sick and unable to maintain law and order, his brother, who has a mysterious reputation, fills in and does an admirable job. Green cloth w/black lettering to front cover/spine, 247 pages + 4 pages of advertisements for other Chelsea House titles. Mild spine slant, discolouration to fore-edge of front cover, edge soil, tanning, some off-setting to pastedowns, light internal soil, in edgeworn dust jacket w/edge tears, chipping, creasing, pieces torn from top and bottom spine, previous owner's tape repairs to reverse, general wear. Uncommon in a dust jacket (this one now in a protective mylar sleeve). (Too many books and/or jackets offered on the Internet are graded as VG or better when they're barely G, so grading at this address is conservative in order to prevent disappointment at your end.) 
Price: 20.00 USD
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10 Field, Peter Man From Robber's Roost
New York Jefferson House 1957 First Edition Hard Cover Good to Very Good Fair to Good Octavo -- from 7.75" to 9.75" Tall 
a Powder Valley western featuring Pat Stevens and his pals Sam and Ezra as they try to thwart rustling, ambush and kidnapping; lightly soiled/dusted edges, bumped/worn corners, discolouration to bottom 1/2" of spine, previous owner's signature/address; dj w/sunned spine, chipping/tears to corners/top spine, bottom 1" of spine mising, tears to bottom spine edges, short edge tears, light soil to rear panel, faint stain to inside spine/panel edges, rubbing, impressions; 
Price: 40.00 USD
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11 Field, Peter Trail South From Powder Valley
Belmont 90-308 1964 1st Belmont edition Paperback Very Good Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
"It took a man with nerves of steel and blazing guns to gallop down the bloody trail south from Powder Valley." 141 pages. Mild spine slant, foxed edges, light tanning, moderate handling wear. Internally tight and clean. Uncommon in this edition. 
Price: 9.50 USD
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12 Floren, Lee Montana Maverick
Lancer 70-072 1964 1st Lancer Books edition Paperback Very Good Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
From the front cover: "The range war was bloody and savage -- and Brad Raleigh rode into a no-man's-land of danger and death." 143 pages. A bit of slant, light general wear. 
Price: 5.00 USD
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13 Frazee, Steve A Day to Die
Avon T-458 1960 First Edition Paperback Near Fine Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
Cdn. printing; paperback original; "A blood-red page in American history--the final, terrible battle for possession of the West."; a bit of slant, light rubbing/scuffing; internally tight and clean; 
Price: 5.00 USD
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Red Earth, Gill, Tom
14 Gill, Tom Red Earth
New York Grosset & Dunlap 1st Grosset & Dunlap edition Hard Cover Good Good Small Octavo -- from 7.75" to 9.75" Tall 
No date (circa 1940). A story of the American Southwest, where "The border country is torn with strife--ranchers and copper-miners are in a hand-to-hand struggle for control of water rights, and a band of mysterious night riders led by a giant Chinaman, the Yellow Killer, has been raiding the ranches, killing and plundering as they go." Black lettering on red cloth, 314 pages, dust jacket illustration by Edgar Franklin Wittmack. Rear panel of dust jacket features Eugene Cunningham. Light cover soil, smudged/lightly soiled edges, previous owner's initials to top left corner of front pastedown, notation to front end paper (one of those "This book is the property of" things), small bookseller's tag to bottom left corner of rear pastedown. Dust jacket is moderately edgeworn w/several short edge tears, some soiling to rear panel. Uncommon in a jacket, this one fairly presentable, now, in a protective mylar sleeve. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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30,000 On The Hoof, Grey, Zane
15 Grey, Zane 30,000 On The Hoof
Toronto Musson 
a man and a woman attempt to carve a home for themselves in the wilds of Central Arizona, and acquire a herd of 30,000 walking cheeseburgers; lightly dusted edges, very light corner wear, previous owner's signature/date on first end paper; edgeworn dj w/some scraping to spine edges, 3/4" square chip missing from bottom left spine/bottom right rear panel, rubbing, chipping to corners, 1/4" tear to top of rear panel; 
Price: 45.00 USD
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Majesty's Rancho, Grey, Zane
16 Grey, Zane Majesty's Rancho
Toronto Musson Book Co. Ltd. 1944 First Edition Hard Cover Good Fair Small Octavo -- from 7.75" to 9.75" Tall 
The tale of a young cowboy "who undertook single-handed to round up the cattle rustlers who had been marauding the Arizona ranches." Green cloth w/black lettering/red rule to front cover/spine, 297 pages. Moderate wear to corners/spine ends, previous owner's name to front end paper, tanned edges, in edgeworn dust jacket w/moderately sunned spine, impressions, minor chipping to corners/spine ends, front flap detached (but present), general wear. Jacket in protective mylar sleeve. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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THE VANISHING INDIAN (The Vanishing American), Grey, Zane
17 Grey, Zane THE VANISHING INDIAN (The Vanishing American)
London Hodder & Stoughton 2nd UK edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good Duodecimo -- from 6.75" to 7.75" tall 
No date (1927). An early re-issue of the 1st UK edition from 1926. Published in the US as 'The Vanishing American,' this originally appeared as a serial beginning in the November 1922 issue of Ladies Home Journal before seeing its first book publication by Harper & Brothers in 1925. Orange/mustard cloth w/black lettering/blue eagle decoration to front cover, black lettering/blue rule to spine, 320 pages. Mild wear to corners/spine ends, tanning, light edge foxing, some offsetting to end papers, in rubbed dust jacket w/nicks to corners/spine ends, 1/2" tear to top left corner of front panel, a couple of unobtrusive 1/8" tears to bottom edge. Dust jacket in protective mylar sleeve. A nice copy of a title seldom found in a dust jacket. 
Price: 95.00 USD
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18 Grinstead, J.E. The Lightning Kid
Belmont B50-823 1968 1st Belmont edition Paperback Good to Very Good Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
Canadian printing. A young man accused of murder is determined to clear his name against a sheriff who has vowed "to track him down and see him swinging from a pole." 157 pages + 3 pages of advertisements for other Belmont titles. Moderate general wear. Internally tight and clean. 
Price: 6.00 USD
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19 Gruber, Frank The Man From Missouri
Popular Library Eagle Books G-499 1960 1st Eagle Books edition Paperback Near Fine Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
Canadian printing. Reissues the 1956 Popular Library edition. Contains two novellas, the title story and "Outlaw." 124 pages. Price neatly blacked out on spine, a hint of general wear. A nice collectible copy, internally tight and clean. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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20 Haycox, Ernest Murder on the Frontier
Pocket 1011 1954 1st Pocket edition Paperback Good to Very Good Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
9 stories "about man-hunters, line riders, renegades, Indian fighters, and the women who made them careless, jealous or content." Cover by Robert Schulz. A bit of slant, rubbing, nicks to spine ends, general wear. 
Price: 5.00 USD
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21 Hogan, Ray Ride to the Gun
Macfadden 60-374 1969 1st Macfadden edition Paperback Very Good Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
Canadian printing. A merciless outlaw plans to eliminate farmers and sell their herds to a nearby Army post. 128 pages. Internally tight and clean. 
Price: 7.50 USD
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22 Hopson, William High Saddle
Harlequin 304 
"An Apache killer's revenge on the hated white man"; creasing, rubbing, light soil to back cover, wormhole through top edge (does not reach text), general wear; 
Price: 7.50 USD
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23 Hopson, William Outlaw of Hidden Valley
Lancer Books 70-070 1964 1st Lancer Books edition Paperback Near Fine Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
"An unwilling killer rides a lonely trail to strange justice." 128 pages. Light tanning, mild general wear. Internally tight and clean. 
Price: 8.00 USD
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24 Hopson, William L. Gunthrower
Harlequin 236 1953 1st thus Paperback Very Good Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
A man who has been framed is on the run from the law and a lot of cowpokes hungry for the $10,000 reward. Thin creases to bottom right corner of front cover, nicks to spine ends, rubbing, moderate general wear. 
Price: 5.00 USD
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25 Howard, Vechel Tall in the West
Gold Medal D1984 1968 2nd Gold Medal edition Paperback Near Fine Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
Re-issues Gold Medal 789, which was published in 1958. "In a land where men were giants, he was the fastest and deadliest, the most fearless of them all." 126 pages. Moderate general wear. Internally tight and clean. 
Price: 8.50 USD
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26 Lee, Ranger The Ranger in the Canyon
White Circle CD 509 1951 1st White Circle edition Paperback Good Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
A cattleman casts envious eyes on property he hopes to wrest from its rightful owners, but fails to consider "the youthful strength which was to put up such a terrific fight against him." 128 pages. Diagonal crease across bottom right portion of front cover, a bit of spine slant, calculations in pencil to front end paper, general wear. 
Price: 6.00 USD
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27 Lehman, Paul Evan Helltown (also published as Devil's Doorstep)
Belmont B50-808 1968 1st Belmont edition Paperback Very Good Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
A stranger takes on the crooked rulers of a town in the Old West. 157 pages. Mild slant, small grey magic marker line neatly over price on front cover, another over price on spine. Internally tight and clean. 
Price: 9.50 USD
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28 Lehman, Paul Evan The Fighting Texan
Macfadden 60-389 1969 1st Macfadden edition Paperback Near Fine Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
Canadian printing. After the US Civil War a Texan in rebel gray has the choice of signing up with a Yankee marauder to steal cattle, or die. 144 pages. Internally tight and clean. 
Price: 5.00 USD
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29 Lehman, Paul Evan Thunder Creek Range
Macfadden 50-340 1967 1st Macfadden edition Paperback Very Good Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
Canadian printing. From the front cover: "A hidden killer must be found before the range became a bloody battleground." (I hope that the blurb writer responsible for that didn’t get paid for it.) 128 pages. Thin corner creases, price neatly blacked out at top right corner of front cover and bottom spine. Internally tight. 
Price: 5.00 USD
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30 Lemay, Alan Adventure Novel Classic: RIVERMEN DIE BROKE
Adventure Novel Classic/ANC #14 
nd; originally published under the title "Old Father of Waters,"; creases to lower right section of front cover, some light soil, a bit of spine roll, nicks to spine ends, edgewear, and small red dot to bottom page edges; 
Price: 12.50 USD
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31 Leonard, Elmore Forty Lashes Less One
Bantam S6928 1972 First Edition Paperback Good to Very Good Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
Paperback original. Two convicts -- a black man and a full-blooded Apache -- are sent after other convicts who have escaped Yuma Territorial Prison in 1909. Diagonal crease to bottom portion of front cover, short thin diagonal crease to right edge of front cover, a bit of slant, lightly soiled edges, secondhand store stamp to bottom of first end paper. 
Price: 6.50 USD
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Have Gun, Will Travel, Loomis, Noel
32 Loomis, Noel Have Gun, Will Travel
New York Dell First Edition B156 1960 First Edition Paperback Good Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
Canadian printing of a title based on the television show of the same name, and which starred Richard Boone as Paladin. 160 pages, cover illustration by Robert Stanley. Spine roll, spine crease, rubbing/impressions, a couple of pages improperly bound so that they extend beyond the other edges, previous owner's initials stamped to front end paper, square drawn in ink around text block on same, previous owner's name/stamped initials/stamp to title page, previous owner's initials stamped to first text page. 
Price: 6.00 USD
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33 MacDonald, William Colt The Riddle of Ramrod Ridge
Avon T-522 1961 Paperback About Very Good Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
Canadian printing. Published serially under the title, 'Ramrod Ridge,' then by Doubleday in 1942. Two footloose cowpunchers wander into "a hideout for the most notorious gunslingers in the territory, the human slime of the frontier." (I'm a'guessin' there's gonna be trouble, pardner.). Rubbing, mild soil, light general wear. Internally tight and clean. 
Price: 5.00 USD
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34 Marshall, Edison Trail's End
Popular Library 272 Paperback Very Good Duodecimo -- from 6.75" to 7.75" tall 
originally published in 1921 by Little, Brown; a captive girl, a cut-throat crew, and a brave rescuer; fading to edge stain, light general wear; 
Price: 8.00 USD
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35 Martin, Chuck Boothill Gospel
Macfadden 60-433 1969 1st Macfadden edition Paperback Near Fine Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
Canadian printing. A graveyard custodian is also a gunfighter who isn't afraid to go after a cattle rustler, even if it means he might end up in his own graveyard. Moderate general wear. 
Price: 12.50 USD
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36 McCabe, Cord Donovan's Way
MelbourneWinchester Western (Cleveland Publishing) 767; 
nd; a wagon train (or, in the spelling of this particular tome, waggon train) of pilgrims heads out for the promised land of California, but there's a'gonna be trouble, pardner; 98 pgs.; rubbing, cover almost completely separated from staples, light soil, scraped area to back cover; 
Price: 15.00 USD
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Range Lawyer, McCulley, Johnston
37 McCulley, Johnston Range Lawyer
New York Arcadia House 1941 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Good to Very Good Small Octavo -- from 7.75" to 9.75" Tall 
The author of 'The Mark of Zorro' offers "the exciting tale of a man with range blood in his veins--a man who believed in the settlement of scores according to the code of the West." Black lettering to bright orange cloth, 253 pages. A bit of slant, lightly dusted edges, a hint of wear to corners/spine ends, previous owner's name/date in pencil to front end paper, small bookseller's tag to bottom edge of rear pastedown, in moderately edgeworn price-clipped dust jacket w/lightly sunned spine, short edge tears, light chipping to corners/spine ends. An extremely scarce book, seldom found at all, let alone in a dust jacket. Jacket in protective mylar sleeve. 
Price: 250.00 USD
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Reckless Range, McCulley, Johnston
38 McCulley, Johnston Reckless Range
New York Dodge Publishing Company 1937 First Edition Hard Cover Good No Jacket Small Octavo -- from 7.75" to 9.75" Tall 
Orange cloth w/black lettering to front cover/spine, 251 pages. Spine slant, moderate wear to corners/spine ends, smudged/moderately soiled cloth, tanned/dusty edges, previous owner's unsigned bookplate on front pastedown. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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39 Mulford, Clarence E. The Bar 20 Rides Again
Philadelphia Triangle Books 1945 4th Triangle edition Hard Cover Good No Jacket Octavo -- from 7.75" to 9.75" Tall 
A Hopalong Cassidy story. Bumped corners, edge/corner wear, insect hole to bottom edge (doesn't affect text), previous owner's name. 
Price: 17.50 USD
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The Bar 20 Rides Again, Mulford, Clarence E.
40 Mulford, Clarence E. The Bar 20 Rides Again
Philadelphia Triangle Books/The Blakiston Company 1944 1st Triangle edition Hard Cover Good Good Small Octavo -- from 7.75" to 9.75" Tall 
From the front panel: "Johnny Nelson's urgent call for help brings the old Bar 20 gang, led by Hopalong Cassidy, back together again." Mauve cloth w/cactus-&-skull illustration to front cover, saddle illustration to spine, 337 pages. Bumped/moderately worn corners/spine ends, previous owner's name in pencil to front pastedown, a turned corner, tanned pages, in edgeworn dust jacket w/edge tears, sunned (entirely legible) spine, small soil mark to top edge of front panel, small piece torn from top edge of rear panel, 2" diagonal tear to top right corner of front panel, general wear. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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41 Nye, Nelson Quick-Fire Hombre
Belmont 90-315 1964 1st Belmont edition Paperback Very Good Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
A man trying to forget his past is unable to do so until his "quick trigger finger" makes those around him "realize what he stood for and what kind of man he was." 142 pages. Foxed edges, price on front cover smuged (legible), price on spine neatly blacked out. Internally tight. 
Price: 6.00 USD
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Brand of the Star, Olsen, T.V. (Theodore Victor)
42 Olsen, T.V. (Theodore Victor) Brand of the Star
Greenwich Fawcett Gold Medal s1168 Paperback Very Good to Fine Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
No date [1961]. Canadian printing of a paperback original. Sam Ashby has himself an enemy who hates him enough to die if he can take ol' Sam with him to Hell. 160 pages. Internally tight and clean, with light general wear. 
Price: 6.00 USD
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43 Owen, Dean The Outlaws
Bath Gunsmoke Westerns/Firecrest Publishing/Chivers Press 1992 0-7451-4527-2 / 9780745145273 1st Gunsmoke/Firecrest/Chivers edition Hard Cover Very Good No Jacket Duodecimo -- from 6.75" to 7.75" tall 
Originally published by Universal-Award House in 1973. One of a pair of killer bandits who have "robbed their boss and left their best buddies to die, naked in the desert, while they headed for Mexico with $90,000 in stolen gold" plans to murder his partner and claim the entire fortune. An uncommon edition. Pictorial boards, 155 pages. Some wear to corners/spine ends, rubbing, impressions. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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44 Raine, William MacLeod Pistol Pardners (The Black Tolts)
Popular Library Eagle Books EB 27 1954 1st Popular Library Eagle Books edition Paperback About Very Good Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
Canadian printing. Originally published as 'The Black Tolts.' A man who suspects his friend of robbing a train attempts to return the stolen gold, but finds himself instead charged with the crime. Reading crease, scuffing, rubbing, a bit of slant/roll, moderate edge soil, moderate general wear. 
Price: 5.00 USD
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Texas Breed, Raine, William MacLeod
45 Raine, William MacLeod Texas Breed
Popular Library 553 Paperback Very Good Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
Canadian printing. Originally published in the early '40s by Houghton Mifflin, under the title, 'Justice Deferred.' A man determined to hunt down his father's killers must first deal with a group of men sent to kill him. Some spine roll, waviness, moderate general wear. 
Price: 5.00 USD
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46 Reid, Wallace Q. Bluewater Landing
Collins White Circle 218 1945 1st Collins White Circle edition Paperback Good to Very Good Duodecimo -- from 6¾" to 7¾" tall 
A woman is faced with choosing between two men before one of them kidnaps her and scampers back to his British Columbia home where "Together they faced the raw, crude and adventurous life of the North." 191 pages. Moderate general wear. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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47 Richter, Conrad The Sea of Grass
Pocket 413 1947 1st Pocket edition Paperback Good Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
tie-in for the movie starring Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn, which is the story of an old Indian fighter who transformed a wilderness into a huge cattle ranch, only to see it threatened by Eastern settlers wishing to plough his land and divide his empire; edgewear, laminate lifting to edges, one signature extends a smidgeon beyond the fore-edge, resulting in a bit of raggedness, crinkling/handling wear; internally tight; 
Price: 5.00 USD
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48 Scott, Bradford Frontier Doctor
Harlequin 133 
a difficult case which tries a doctor's skill but brings him a fat fee leaves him under a cloud of suspicion, and forces him to seek out a treacherous outlaw in order to clear his name; some slant, reading crease, moderate general wear; 
Price: 6.00 USD
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49 Seltzer, Charles Alden Defiant One (also published as Lonesome Ranch)
Belmont B50-697 1966 1st Belmont edition Paperback Good Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
Canadian printing. A saddle tramp has "waded into the living hell of a land grab." 157 pages. 
Price: 5.00 USD
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50 Seltzer, Charles Alden Ferguson's Trail
Belmont 90-312 1964 1st Belmont edition Paperback Very Good Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
A loner in a strange town has given his word to "flush out the meanest rustler that had ever shot a man in the back." 141 pages. Mild dampstaining to top edge/fore-edge, moderate general wear. Internally tight and clean. 
Price: 5.00 USD
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51 Seltzer, Charles Alden Sure Shot
Belmont 90-310 1964 1st Belmont edition Paperback Very Good Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
Originally published in 1929. "Only Dan Blackburn could prevent one murder from exploding into a range war." Some edgewear, a bit of dampstaining to bottom right corners. Internally tight. 
Price: 9.50 USD
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52 Slade, Jack Lassiter, Guerrilla
Belmont Tower 51105 1972 Paperback Very Good to Fine Duodecimo -- from 6¾" to 7¾" tall 
Lassiter signs on when rubber and lumber tycoons recruit a private army of gunmen to chase rebels from southern Mexico, but he's really after an old friend turned doublecrosser; small abrasion to bottom left edge of front cover, some rubbing, mild general wear; internally tight and clean; 
Price: 5.00 USD
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53 Slade, Jack (pseudonym of Todhunter Ballard) Lassiter: Gunfight at Ringo Junction
Belmont Tower BT50584 1973 Paperback Near Fine Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
after being chased into Canada by a Montana posse after his hide, Lassiter joins up with an untrustworthy halfbreed seeking guns for a rebellion; 142 pgs.; impressions, tanning, light general wear; a nice copy, internally tight and clean; 
Price: 10.00 USD
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54 Smith, Wade Rattlesnake
White Circle 306 1947 First Edition Paperback Fair to Good Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
in order to save the family ranch, a young man heads out to Nevada to search for gold; rubbing, moderate soil, some slant/roll, scraping to spine edges, general wear; 
Price: 6.00 USD
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55 Smith, Wade Wild Country
Collins White Circle CD 388 1949 First Edition Paperback Good Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
A ruthless cattleman is determined that only he will control a vast, rich pastureland which spells wealth and power. 158 pages. Vertical crease to front cover, moderate general wear. 
Price: 8.50 USD
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56 Taylor, Edward C. Ted Strong's Big Business, or, The Flower of the Herd
New York Street & Smith 1925 Wraps Very Good Digest 
[1915]; No. 38 in the publisher's "The Western Story Library" and continuing the cowboy adventures of Ted Strong; mild spine wrinkling (printer's flaw), tiny tear to bottom left corner of front cover, light smudging, minor dampstains to edges, tanned pages; internally tight; fragile to begin with, this is a nice copy that has endured well; 
Price: 20.00 USD
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57 Taylor, Edward C. Ted Strong's Contract, or, True to His Obligations
New York Street & Smith 1925 Wraps Good to Very Good Digest 
[1915]; No. 43 in the publisher's "The Western Story Library," continuing the cowboy adventures of Ted Strong; light chipping to spine ends, scuffed edges, tanned pages, 1/4" tears to fore-edge of cover and first 12 pages, bump to bottom edge, scrapes/flaking to back cover where another book (apparently) was stuck to this one and removal of which took some finish with it; internally tight; 
Price: 12.50 USD
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58 Taylor, Edward C. Ted Strong's Contract, or, True to His Obligations
New York Street & Smith 1925 Wraps Very Good Digest 
No. 43 in the publisher's "The Western Story Library," continuing the cowboy adventures of Ted Strong; edge scuffs, tanned pages, minor chipping to spine ends, spine wrinkles (printer's flaw), ends of top staple -- as they are wont to do in some of these old pulp digests -- have poked through covers, light general wear; an internally tight and clean copy of an item not often found in collectible shape; 
Price: 20.00 USD
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TED STRONG'S MOTOR CAR, or, Fast and Furious, Taylor, Edward C.
59 Taylor, Edward C. TED STRONG'S MOTOR CAR, or, Fast and Furious
New York Street & Smith 1925 Wraps Very Good Digest 
[1915]. No. 41 in the publisher's "The Western Story Library," continuing the cowboy adventures of Ted Strong. The soulless print-on-demand copies are all over the place, but this original edition is considerably scarcer and more difficult to turn up, especially in nice condition. Chipping to bottom spine, spine wrinkles (printer's flaw), damp-soil to top and fore-edge, small chip/tear to fore-edge of front cover, browned pages, lightly smudged rear cover. Internally tight, and a nice copy made by the description to seem less than it is. Fragile to begin with, these don't often turn up in this condition. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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60 Taylor, Edward C. TED STRONG'S MOTOR CAR, or, Fast and Furious
New York Street & Smith 1925 Wraps Very Good Duodecimo -- from 6.75" to 7.75" tall 
[1915]. No. 41 in the publisher's 'The Western Story Library,' continuing the cowboy adventures of Ted Strong. Those soulless print-on-demand copies are all over the place, but this edition is considerably scarcer and more difficult to turn up, especially in nice condition. Spine wrinkles (printer's flaw), heavily browned pages, lightly smudged rear cover, mild dampstaining. Internally tight. Fragile to begin with, these don't often turn up in good condition. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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61 Texas Pat (pseudonym of Kilpatrick Mason) Kid (Forest) Kerley
The Arthur Westbrook Company Wraps Near Fine Duodecimo -- from 6.75" to 7.75" tall 
nd; #9 in the publisher's "Early Western Life Series"; flaking at bottom staple, tanned pages, light edgewear, light smudging to back cover; a great copy, internally tight and clean; fragile to begin with, it would be extremely difficult to turn up a nicer copy than this; 
Price: 75.00 USD
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62 Wayne, Joseph The Gun And The Law
Dell First Edition A201 First Edition Paperback Very Good Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
a lawman looking to avenge his brother's death must capture two killers who know their only chance to stay alive is to kill the lawman ("A bullet through the heart was too tame. He wanted to watch the killers swing."); some slant, faint soil mark to top right of back cover, light general wear; 
Price: 10.00 USD
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63 Whittington, Harry Drygulch Town b/w Prairie Raiders
Ace Double F-196 1963 First Edition Paperback Very Good Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
light edgewear, spotting to edges, small dampstain to corners of 'Prairie Raiders' side, foxing to inside covers, insect hole to fore-edge to a depth of about 3/8", rubbing; internally tight; 
Price: 5.00 USD
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