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    [Featured Lot]. Max Beerbohm. ASSOCIATION COPY WITH SIGNED LETTERS. Seven Men. London: William Heinemann Ltd., 1926. Reprint edition. Personal copy of Margot Sieveking, wife of literary editor Allan Wade. Includes Typed Letter Signed by Max Beerbohm tipped onto front pastedown, Typed Letter Signed by publisher and Beerbohm scholar Rupert Hart-Davis laid in, as well as Typed Letter Signed by Ellis M. Pryce-Jones laid in. With Beerbohm related clippings and owner's pencil inscription. A charming association copy, featuring warm correspondence between appreciative collectors. Twelvemo. Publisher's blue cloth with titles in gilt. Spine slightly leaning. Some rubbing, bumping and edgewear to extremities. Some minor toning throughout. Very good.

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    June, 2015
    11th Thursday
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