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(title cont.): "Re-discovered on a bibliophile ramble, preceded by an introduction, and made public with copious footnotes, by Ivan Volkoff, designed by Gollin, Bright & Zolotow, drawings by Milton Zolotow, composed entirely in the Janson family, one thoused copies printed offset by Advertisers Composition Company, this copy being number 523." A reprint of a late 18th century book in which John Baxter, convicted of a series of crimes, gives tips to law-abiding citizens on how to avoid being robbed and cheated. Cloth backed marbeled boards in slightly worn publisher's slipcase.
Title: The Discoveries of John Poulter, Alias Baster, Prepared as a Christmas Greeting from Management and Employees of Advertisers Composition Company and it Affilates Unigraf and Headlines, Los Angeles, California, December, 1962 (title Cont. In description)
Book Condition: Collectible-Fine
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 7481
Keywords: CRIME. FINE PRINTING.