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    Jules Verne Antique Hardcover Books Group of 9 (Various Publishers, c. 1890s-1920s). Includes Facing the Flag (F. Tennyson Neely, 1897); The Mysterious Island (bug chews around spine and edges of book - Charles Scribner's Sons, 1989); 800 Leagues on the Amazon (brittle pages, with a facsimile cover of The Giant Raft - A.L. Burt); Around the World in Eighty Days (Sampson Low, Marston & Company); The Wreck of the Chancellor (water damage - Lee and Shepard Publishers, 1899 ); Journey to the Center of the Earth (Cribner, Armstrong & Co.); Their Island Home (split along the spine, and the cover has tape lifts on the picture, it also has a facsimile picture - G. Howard Watt, 1924); Dick Sands (no date, but inscribed 1901 by owner - A.L. Burt); All Around the Moon (David McKay). The books average VG-. Not listed in Overstreet.

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