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Phantom Wires
Stringer, Arthur


Index: ST-X03.000
Citation: Boston: Little, Brown, [c1907].
Edition: First US edition, later Impression.

Title Page:

PHANTOM WIRES | A Novel | BY | ARTHUR STRINGER | Author of "The Wire Tappers," "The 
                    Loom of Destiny," etc. | ILLUSTRATED BY | ARTHUR WILLIAM BROWN | BOSTON | LITTLE, BROWN, AND 
               COMPANY


Description:


TITLE-PAGE VERSO: (top): Copyright, 1906, | BY ARTHUR STRINGER. | Copyright, 1907, | BY LITTLE, BROWN, AND COMPANY. | [rule] |
                          All rights Reserved.
                (bottom): Published, March, 1907. | Printers | S.J. PARKHILL & CO., BOSTON, U. S. A. ["Printers" is in german gothic script]. 


DEDICATION PAGE: none.


FLYLEAF: (middle): title.


FLYLEAF VERSO: blank.


ILLUSTRATIONS: 4 plates; black-and-white photo-reproduction of paintings; located between pages:

	        ii/iii: (frontispiece, with onion skin protective sheet), "She turned with a start..."
	        78/79: "Frances Durkin knew..."
	        164/165: "Then why are you unkind..."
	        274/275: "'Stop that!' cried Durkin..."
	 


PAGES/HEIGHT: [2p], [i-x], 1-295, [1p], [4p of advertisements], [2p] / 18.8 cm.


TEXT: sub-edition of the First US edition.


COVER: cloth / illustrated and coloured, on a grey background. 
	(front): framed by an ornate cartouche, in green and black.
	(front, top): [illustration: man and woman leaning over a telegraph key], in black inside green half-circle frame, all 
                       inside cartouche.
	(front, middle): title and  author's name, in green, inside cartouche.
	(front, bottom): [ornament: telegraph key], in black, inside cartouche.
	(spine, top): title, framed by cartouche, and author's surname, all in green.
	(spine, bottom): company name, in green.
	

DUST-JACKET: not seen.


COPIES EXAMINED: pc; OHM


NOTE: First US edition, later Impression, [c1907]. The cover design was previously used forthe First US edition of
         The Wire Tappers.





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