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    A. A. Milne. Winnie-The-Pooh. [New York]: Dutton, [1926]. First U. S. edition, large paper issue, limited to 200 copies, of which this is number ninety-eight, and signed by the author and the illustrator. Large octavo (8.625 x 6.875 inches; 220 x 175 mm.). [xiv], 158, [4, blank]. Publisher's pink paper-covered boards printed in black with titles and decorations, backed in light bluish purple cloth with printed paper label at spine; in original pink printed dust jacket and printed box. Spine ends lightly worn; front board very mildly soiled; touches of toning to interior; slightly over-opened between pages eighteen and nineteen. Dust jacket edges mildly shelfworn; two short closed tears along top edge, each less than one-half inch; front panel mildly sunned. Box sunned and a little soiled; corners of top portion starting. Near fine overall.

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    March, 2018
    7th Wednesday
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