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THE VANISHING INDIAN (The Vanishing American)

By: Grey, Zane

Price: $95.00

Publisher: London, Hodder & Stoughton:

Edition: 2nd UK edition

Seller ID: 013573

Condition: Very Good


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 pa... View more info

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30,000 On The Hoof

By: Grey, Zane

Price: $45.00

Publisher: Toronto, Musson:

Seller ID: wes.00008


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; View more info

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Majesty's Rancho

By: Grey, Zane

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Toronto, Musson Book Co. Ltd.: 1944

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 016744

Condition: Good


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. View more info