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    Alexandre Dumas. Celebrated Crimes. Philadelphia: [1895]. Imperial Japan Library Edition, limited to 500 numbered copies, this being 235. Eight volumes. Octavo. Various paginations. Photogravures (each one in duplicate) after original drawings inserted throughout, with printed tissue guards. Publisher's brown cloth, printed paper spine labels; text block edges untrimmed; each volume housed in brick-red cloth-covered slipcase. Backstrips worn, spine ends pushed and showing a bit of wear; spine labels tanned and rubbed, with some speckle soiling, small damp stain at first volume label; minor edge wear to boards. Text block softly dulled; a bit of wear to page edges from handling. Slipcases bumped and worn, with boards peeking through cloth at majority of corners; paper labels along top edges tanned, several partially or completely missing. Very good text blocks in good binding and housing.

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