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    Aldous Huxley. Beyond the Mexique Bay. London: Chatto & Windus, 1934. First edition, limited to 210 copies, 200 of which are numbered and signed by the author for sale, this being number 91. Octavo. xii, 319, [1, printer's statement] pages. Frontispiece and twenty-nine additional plates. Publisher's one-quarter light green buckram over patterned paper-covered board, spine lettered in gilt; top edge of text block trimmed and gilt; map endpapers. Backstrip sunned; spine ends just a touch rolled; light wear to board edges. Text block very slightly yellowed with age; occasional evidence of handling to pages throughout; remains of label removed at recto of rear free endpaper. Very good.

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    December, 2019
    5th Thursday
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