Shelved 3 boxes of paperbacks, lots of fiction, SF & fantasy novels.
Processed a box of playboy.
Picked up a car-load of donations.
Book of the day:
Captain Salt in Oz Ruth Plumly Thompson; Founded on and continuing L. Frank Baum The Reilly & Lee co 1936 Hardcover Good+ (5 of 10) / in Good dustjacket (4 of 10). dampstain to dj & spine. crisp clear paste-on cover illustrations but for spot to top corner 'C' in Captain and tiny chip to top near the 'S' in Salt. wear to dj corners esp spine ends. no warp or damage to the pages. unclipped dj flap with 2.50 price, rear dj flap lists to 38 Hidden Valley (thus the assumed 1951 reprint date.) No writing or marks. The DustJacket is protected inside an archival plastic protector sleeve. an attractive copy despite the flaws. B00085TR7O
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