First printing of the Wyeth edition, an incredible copy in the scarce original dust jacket.
Fine in near-fine jacket.
(WYETH, N.C.)illus. MICHAEL STROGOFF by Jules Verne. NY: CHarles Scribner's Sons (1927). 4to, (7 1/2 x 9"), black cloth, pictorial paste-on, FINE IN DUST WRAPPER with mounted color plate (dw very slightly worn else near fine). 1st ed. Wrapper plate repeats plate on p. 32. This is an incredible copy of this Scribner Classic, rarely found in dw. Allen p.222.
Read more: Allen, N.C. Wyeth: The Collected Paintings, Illustrations, and Murals, 222.
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, (1927). Original black cloth, pictorial paste-on. In original dust jacket with mounted color plate (also found on page 32). Pictorial endpapers. Illustrated by Wyeth with 9 full-page color plates. vi, 397 pages. Jacket only slightly worn.
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