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Tales of Wells Fargo Annual - published 1961

£9.99

Product description

Short stories and picture-strips based on the American Western film and television series. Illustrated in colour.

Laminated paper-covered boards and spine with colour pictorial covers.

Good condition for a second-hand book: light edge-wear to covers and spine with light bumping to bottom corners and spine ends with 1.5cm closed tear to bottom end; front free endpaper price-clipped, pages 21-28, 55-60, 69-72 and 85/86 starting to detach with creasing to inside bottom corners, page 49/50 detached, pages 51-54, 67/68, 79/80 and page 93 / rear free endpaper starting to detach, all other pages remain intact; generally clean internally with clear text and illustrations throughout.

Item details

Author(s):
Enefer, Douglas
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
Published 1961.
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
93
Publisher:
World Distributors (Manchester) Limited
Title:
Tales of Wells Fargo Annual

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About this item

Short stories and picture-strips based on the American Western film and television series. Illustrated in colour.

Laminated paper-covered boards and spine with colour pictorial covers.

Good condition for a second-hand book: light edge-wear to covers and spine with light bumping to bottom corners and spine ends with 1.5cm closed tear to bottom end; front free endpaper price-clipped, pages 21-28, 55-60, 69-72 and 85/86 starting to detach with creasing to inside bottom corners, page 49/50 detached, pages 51-54, 67/68, 79/80 and page 93 / rear free endpaper starting to detach, all other pages remain intact; generally clean internally with clear text and illustrations throughout.

Author(s):
Enefer, Douglas
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
Published 1961.
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
93
Publisher:
World Distributors (Manchester) Limited
Title:
Tales of Wells Fargo Annual

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