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    A. A. Milne. The Winnie-the-Pooh Cycle, comprised of: When We Were Very Young. London: Methuen & Co., 1924. First edition, with p. ix numbered, inscribed by the author on front free endpaper. Small octavo. x, [2], 99, [1] pages. [Together with:] Winnie-the-Pooh. London: Methuen & Co., 1926. First edition. Small octavo. xi, [5], 158, [1], [1, printer's imprint] pages. [and:] Now We Are Six. London: Methuen & Co., 1927. First edition. Small octavo. x, [2], 103, [1, printer's imprint] pages. [and:] The House at Pooh Corner. London: Methuen & Co., 1928. First edition. Small octavo. xi, [1, blank], 178, [1], [1, printer's imprint] pages. Publisher's cloth, spines lettered in gilt, front boards ruled and decoratively stamped in gilt, two rear boards stamped in gilt; in original pictorial dust jackets. A very good, or better, collection. Full condition reporting online. Housed together in a custom chemise and slipcase.

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    When We Were Very Young, spine ends and corners bumped, board edges lightly rubbed with effect on corners. Faint foxing on front pastedown. Dust jacket recto mildly soiled and rubbed on panels, edges moderately worn with a few chips on spine ends.

    Winnie-the-Pooh, Boards moderately rubbed with some effect on corners. Some offsetting on endpapers, a few places over-opened; mull cloth showing in lower portion of gutter margin between front free endpaper verso and half-title. Dust jacket recto somewhat soiled and rubbed on panels; signs of offsetting on front panel; spine panel darkened; creasing on spine panel, lower portion of front panel, and lower corner of rear panel; edges slightly discolored and moderately worn with a few chips on spine ends and tips of flap creases.

    Now We Are Six, board edges slightly rubbed, spine ends bumped, spine slightly cocked. Hints of minor foxing on fore-edge of text block, a few places over-opened within text. Dust jacket spine panel lightly darkened, edges a tad shelfworn.

    The House at Pooh Corner, lower board edges lightly rubbed and soiled, corners a touch bumped, spine a bit cocked. A few places over-opened. Dust jacket recto rubbed and soiled; spine panel darkened slightly; edges worn with some open tears and minor loss on spine ends and tips of flaps.

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