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    A. A. Milne. Now We Are Six. London: Methuen & Co., [1927]. First trade edition, deluxe issue. Small octavo (7.1875 x 4.75 inches; 182 x 120 mm.). x, [xi, xii], 103, [104] pages. Intertextual illustrations. Publisher's deluxe binding of full red limp calf pictorially stamped in gilt within a decorative gilt border on the front cover and pictorially stamped and lettered in gilt within double gilt rules on the spine; all edges gilt; original publisher's glassine and light blue paper-covered cardboard box with white paper labels printed in dark blue on the lid. Glassine has some wear, creases, minor occasional faint soiling to box. Book and box are exceptionally clean and bright, far better than usually seen.

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