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    Cormac McCarthy. Cities of the Plain. New Orleans: B. E. Trice, 1998. First edition, deluxe issue; specially bound and limited to fifty copies (from a total limitation of 350), of which this number thirty-eight; signed by the author. Octavo (8.25 x 5 inches; 210 x 127 mm.). [2, blank], [iv], [293], [5, blank] pages. Publishers' deluxe binding of half brown leather over brown marbled boards, boards and spine stamped in gilt. In original gilt-stamped brown cloth slipcase. Very minor rubbing to slipcase. Fine in a nearly fine slipcase.

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    March, 2018
    7th Wednesday
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