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4390Re: Book printing variations

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  • keith2draw
    Aug 7, 2008
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      Don added additional illustrations to the book in 1940 for the 25th edition. All subsequent
      editions sported the new drawings.

      And, as Ted said, war editions of his books have the thinner, poorer quality paper.


      --- In aloha-donblanding@yahoogroups.com, "Michael" <canoeist35@...> wrote:
      > I have a 1935 edition of Vagabond's House--the 17th printing. I
      > recently bought another copy from 10 years later, the 36th printing
      > from 1945. Although the pagination is the same, the illustrations are
      > mostly different and the paper quality and print itself are both
      > inferior to the earlier. I would imagine this is not news to folks
      > here, but I'm wondering if printings vary individually in quality--or
      > whether there was a year where it was changed for all following
      > editions. And is the same true on other titles? Thanks for any
      > information on this.
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