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    Encyclopaedia Britannica. Cambridge: University Press, 1910-1911. The highly respected eleventh edition. Complete in twenty nine large quarto volumes. Publisher's limp leather binding. Near fine.

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    Twenty nine large quarto volumes, complete with Index volume. Publisher's full burgundy pebbled morocco over thin boards, boards with five gilt rules and lettered in gilt, blind central armorial motif, spines ruled and lettered in gilt. Some spines slightly sunned, some mild wear to bindings, a few leaves creased, a few spines somewhat rolled (all problems quite common for this set in these bindings). Still, near fine. The last truly great edition of Britannica. From the collection of Alexander J. Jemal, Jr.

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