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    Ernest Hemingway. A Farewell to Arms. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1929. First edition, first printing, without the later legal disclaimer on page [x]. Octavo (7.25 x 5 inches; 186 x 127 mm.). [2, blank], [viii], 355, [3, blank] pages. Publisher's full black cloth, publisher's gold printed paper labels on front board and spine. Original dust jacket. Cloth spine has mild wear and creasing to gold paper label; mild rubbing and edgewear to binding; minor intermittent soiling to binding; some offsetting to endleaves; sticker residue on rear pastedown; page 197 has some paper that extends over the edge of the textblock, and related creasing to the lower corner; a few pages creased near inner margin. Binding skewed. Dust jacket spine a bit sunned; jacket toned; some edgewear and several short tears to jacket; jacket somewhat soiled. Very good. Hanneman A8a.

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    March, 2018
    7th Wednesday
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