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Vintage Rare Watch me said the Jeep, 1944

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Offering a used vintage 1944 children's hard cover book called "Watch me" said the Jeep. This story is by Helen Ferris and illustrated b Tibor Gergely. It was published by Garden City Publishing Company Inc. Garden City, New York. 1st edition stated.

This book has a total of 26 fully legible pages that has no wear and tear. Spine is still intact. The protective dust jacket has light edge wear, a few stains due to its age, and a writing from previous owner that says "Vergines".

The dust jacket also has a 1" tear in the middle. Overall, this used vintage children's book is in excellent condition.

Dimensions: 10 3/8" x 8 3/8"

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Vintage Rare Watch me said the Jeep, 1944

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  • Vintage item from the 1940s
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 18 reviews
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