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    James A. Michener. Three First Edition Books. One signed, one with signed bookplate. From a private collection in North Carolina.

    More Information: James A. Michener. Group of Three First Edition Books. Publishers' bindings in original jackets, one in slipcase. Includes: The Hokusai Sketchbooks. Rutland: Charles A. Tuttle, [1958]. Signed and rubber stamped by the author. Some light toning to half title page, jacket price-clipped, cardboard slipcase lightly rubbed with spine faded. [and:] The Floating World. New York: Random House: [1954]. Bookplate signed and rubber stamped by the author. Jacket lightly rubbed with small closed tear at top edge, spine faded. [and:] The Modern Japanese Print. Rutland: Charles A. Tuttle, [1968]. First trade edition. Jacket lightly soiled, price-clipped. Near Fine overall.

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    April, 2014
    2nd Wednesday
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