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    Issued under the Direction of a Committee of Members. LIMITED. The Stock Exchange of Caricatures: A Private Collection of Caricatures, Cartoons and Character Sketches of members of the New York Stock Exchange... New York: Abram Stone, 1904. Limited to 177 copies. Two quarto volumes. Publisher's bindings. Some rubbing on covers, affecting lettering and illustrations on spines and covers, as well as edgewear fraying cloth. Corners bumped. Offsetting from illustrations. Occasional minor foxing. Light dampstaining on inner margins. Overall very good. From the collection of Zita Books.

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    February, 2016
    4th Thursday
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