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    Frances Hodgson Burnett. Little Lord Fauntleroy. New-York: 1889. Early edition, published three years after the first.

    More Information: Frances Hodgson Burnett. Little Lord Fauntleroy. New-York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1889. Early edition, published three years after the first. Octavo. xi, [1, blank], 209, [1, blank], [16, ads] pages with full-page illustrations throughout. Publisher's  grayish-green cloth, decoratively stamped in gilt, red and black; in the original dust jacket with an advertisement for Sara Crewe on the rear panel. Spine very gently leaning; spine ends with a touch of wear; front board very lightly rubbed. Dust jacket spine panel foxed; general light soiling; minor edgewear including a few short closed tears and one minor chip along the upper edge of the rear panel, near the panel fold. A near fine copy in a very good jacket, uncommon as such.

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