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New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, . This set consists of 15 small octavo (4-1/8" x 6-3/4") bound in half smooth calf leather with matching corners and gilt lettered and decorated spines with contrasting gilt morocco spine labels. Present here are THE WILDERNESS HUNTER, AMERICAN IDEALS, THE WINNING OF THE WEST in 6 volumes, HUNTING THE GRIZZLY, HUNTING TRIPS ON THE PRAIRIE, HUNTING TRIPS OF A RANCHMAN, THE ROUGH RIDERS, ADMINISTRATION/CIVIL SERVICE, and THE NAVAL WAR OF 1812 in 2 volumes. Some rubbing to the spines, heavier to the edges. Still a Very Good, tight set, quite attractive on the shelf (Item ID: 017809)


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