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Paul Brown
Signed Book by PAUL BROWN "War Paint An Indian Pony" 1936 1st Ed. HC ~ Scribners
New York: Charles Scribner's & Sons, 1936. Dust jacket shows heavy edge wear with tears. Jacket shows wear with marks, scuffs, soiling, and spots. Images and script are clear on front cover and spine. Flaps are intact with clear images and script. Cover boards show excellent yellow cloth board color and red script and images. Bumped corners; some staining or spots near edges and spine. Inside cover boards show soiling. Front inside board has a small past bookseller sticker on the lower edge. Author/Illustrator Paul Brown inscribes note to "May Squier, May you count many co-- Very Sincerely, Paul Brown '39". He also pencil draws an excellent image of Warpaint. The pages are in VG-EX condition with no tears, creases,marks or folds. Light toning. Solid spine with all pages firmly intact. Signed Book by PAUL BROWN "War Paint An Indian Pony" 1936 1st Ed. HC ~ Scribners Stored in a smoke free environment. Thanks for taking a look! Shipping Note - All orders are promptly transported to our local post office the same day of order or the next day for late afternoon/late night purchases. The USPS website indicates possible tracking and scanning delays may occur due to the pandemic. If you have any questions or concerns about the tracking & delivery of your order, please contact us via email. Please review condition description and all pictures carefully before bidding and/or purchasing. Refunds of original bid price plus shipping are accepted only if item(s) are not as described or if an autographed item is determined not to be authentic. We have sold hundreds of signed items, and w … [Click Below for Full Description]
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