DescriptionErle Stanley Gardner. The Case of the Curious Bride. New York: William Morrow and Company, 1934.
First edition. Twelvemo. 296 pages.
Publisher's black cloth with yellow lettering on the spine and front board. Book shows moderate shelf wear and a few scattered spots of soiling on the boards. Slightly cocked. Previous owner's signature on the front free endpaper. Mild toning to the text edges. Dust jacket has moderate edge wear, some rubbing to the panels, and minor separation at the folds of the front flap and spine tail. A closed tear at the top of the front panel has been repaired on verso with a stamp; a slightly larger closed tear at the bottom of the front panel has been repaired on verso with a piece of brown tape. Neither tape repair shows through to the front, which still retains vibrant yellow lettering. All in all, a very good, attractive copy. From the Robert and Diane Yaspan Collection.
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