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    [Harry Clarke, illustrator]. Edgar Allan Poe. Tales of Mystery and Imagination. New York: Tudor, 1933. Later American edition (first Tudor edition). In original dust jacket and publisher's box.

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    Quarto. [413], [3, blank] pages. With eight tipped-in full-color plates and twenty-four black and white plates. Publisher's full black cloth, pictorial paper label on front spine lettered in gilt, dust jacket. Jacket spine a bit sunned and worn, one hole on rear jacket panel near spine (about the size of a dime), some edgewear and a few short tears to jacket extremities, cloth spine rubbed with some loss of gilt, some minor rubbing, scuffing, and bumping to original box. Still, a very good copy.



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