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  • Glorious Adventure, Richard Haliburton, Signed, 1st Ed. Bobbs-Merrill, 1927.

    Halliburton was an adventurer, traveler and newsmaker most of his life. His books were quite popular as he lived out people’s dreams while seeming to be forever young. This book (his second) is the story of his modern Odyssey, as he follows the fabulous trail of Ulysses and back. Signed and inscribed on first endpaper. Near fine copy in a very good jacket. Jacket has a small repaired tear at top spine, tiny tear at bottom rear and small bits of chipping at top edge. Some toning to spine of dust jacket. 354 pages. 6.75 x 9.375.

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  • Condition

    Near fine

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    Glorious Adventure, Richard Haliburton, Signed, 1st Ed

    Estimate $75 - $100Aug 12, 2017
    Auction Curated By:
    Scott Brasseur
    Book & Ephemera Specialist
    Beth Brasseur
    Book & Ephemera Specialist
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    United States
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