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    Bret Harte. Luck of the Roaring Camp. Boston: 1870. First edition.

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    Bret Harte. Luck of the Roaring Camp. Boston: Osgood, 1870. First edition, first printing, without the story, "Brown of Calveras." Octavo. 239 pages. Publisher's full green cloth, boards paneled in blind, spine stamped in gilt. Spine and gilt a bit dull, some rubbing to binding, text a bit overopened in a few places, a few text leaves with small chips, ownership signature on the verso of the front free endpaper. Still, a nearly fine copy. From the collection of Donald Kaufmann.

    Harte's name appears as Francis Bret Harte on the title-page.



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    Auction Dates
    September, 2016
    15th Thursday
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