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    Max Beerbohm. Seven Men. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1920. First American edition, limited to two thousand copies containing an appendix and six drawings not published elsewhere, of which this is number 1,731. Large octavo. Contemporary half-morocco binding with raised bands and spine lettered in gilt. Top edge gilt. With portions of original cloth cover and backstrip affixed to RFEP. Some very minor rubbing and edgewear to extremities. Some very minor foxing and toning scattered throughout. With ink-stamp of Dallas Public Library. Very good.




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    July, 2015
    2nd Thursday
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