Mother of Gold. Emerson HOUGH.

Mother of Gold

New York: D. Appleton & Co., 1924. First Edition. First Printing. Octavo (19.5cm); orange/gold cloth titled in black on the cover and spine; dustjacket by D. C. Hutchinson; 327pp. Spine ends lightly pushed; faint forward lean, small stamp inside rear cover (August 1972); Near Fine. The dustjacket has nicks and short tears; chipping to the crown of spine; spine is mildly toned; Very Good.

"Palmer has discovered the secret of the lost gold of Montezuma in the interior of old Mexico and his intent is to find that famed mine, the richest vein in the world, the so called mother of gold which legend says supplied the ancient Aztec people with fabulous wealth." BAL 9363.

Price: $75.00

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