New York: Random House, 1937. Very Good / Very Good. Item #26520
New York: Random House, 1937. Later Printing [*not* the Junior Library Guild edition]. Octavo; 281pp. Illustrations and map endpapers. Illustrated dust jacket with $2.00 price on back flap. Bound in illustrated orange and beige boards. Front flap corner clipped, with jacket showing a few shallow tears along edges and folds and a small chip over spine with no loss. Cloth toned along gutter. Spine cocked, with some nudging at head and tail. Binding is sound and pages unmarked. Uncommon in dust jacket.
Front cover blurbs "An exciting story about a missing Confederate stamp combined with a delightful narrative of modern American family life in the romantic setting of Richmond, Virginia." The July 1937 issue of Kirkus Reviews adds "A sort of modern Five Little Peppers" that "any youngster interested in stamps will find...particularly worth reading."