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The Fountainhead, 1st Book Club Ed

Bonebrake Ltd.

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The Fountainhead, 1st Book Club Ed
The Fountainhead, 1st Book Club Ed
The Fountainhead, 1st Book Club Ed
The Fountainhead, 1st Book Club Ed
The Fountainhead, 1st Book Club Ed

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Product Information

Era:

Vintage; 1910-1950

Condition:

Very Good; d/j chipped and rubbed

Materials:

hardcover

Size:

8" L x 5.5" W x 2" H

Color/Finish:

red

Why We Love This

The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand. Chicago: Sears Readers Club, 1943. Book Club Edition. 754 pp. Fragile dust jacket has rubbed and peeled spots, light chipping to spine and extremities. Photo portrait of Ayn Rand to back panel with three reviewer blurbs, dust jacket price is $3.00. Lightly soiled, now in Mylar cover. Bright gilt lettering, slight rubbing to extremities. Early printing of author's masterpiece, espousing her philosophy that the fountainhead of progress is man's ego.
As described by Bonebrake Ltd.

Why We Love This

The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand. Chicago: Sears Readers Club, 1943. Book Club Edition. 754 pp. Fragile dust jacket has rubbed and peeled spots, light chipping to spine and extremities. Photo portrait of Ayn Rand to back panel with three reviewer blurbs, dust jacket price is $3.00. Lightly soiled, now in Mylar cover. Bright gilt lettering, slight rubbing to extremities. Early printing of author's masterpiece, espousing her philosophy that the fountainhead of progress is man's ego.

About Bonebrake Ltd.

Bonebrake Ltd. is based on Long Island's North Shore and has over thirty years experience collecting and selling books. We specialize in sporting, art, fiction and cookbooks. We also maintain an inventory of marine and maritime books with an interest in yachting. Many of our items are old and have been gathered from the great estates in the surrounding area. We take great pride in providing accurate information about any defects and/or issues.