THE GRAPES OF WRATH JOHN STEINBECK FIRST EDITION
THE GRAPES OF WRATH JOHN STEINBECK FIRST EDITION A first edition copy of "The Grapes of Wrath" by John Steinbeck. Published in 1939 by The Viking Press in New York. No dust cover. Edges of pages are spotted with some discoloration. Some discoloration to cloth cover. Pages and bind intact. Condition: VGC Est. 100-300
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GC: Some sign of age or use is to be expected. Any issues would be defined in the description.
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