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    Charles Dana Gibson. Twelve New Gibson Girls Hitherto Unpublished. [N.p.]: Collier, c. 1910. Subscriber's Artist's Proof Series A. edition. Folio. Twelve loose prints in portfolio, with four additional Gibson prints on lesser stock. Publisher's portfolio. Covers worn with some light staining and tears. Prints lightly toned at edges with occasional minor foxing. Some corners have light folds, bends, or small tears, usually outside plate mark. No. 10 has former glue adhesion spots on reverse and 3 x 1 inch long tape residue on lower left corner covering title. Four additional prints are toned moreso, some with minor mat burn. Otherwise, generally very good.

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