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    [John J. Muth, illustrator]. John Kuramoto. Stonecutter. Hampton Falls, Grant, 1994. First edition, one of seventy copies signed by the author and illustrator and with an original ink drawing by Muth.

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    One of seventy deluxe signed copies out of a total edition of 2,070. Twelvemo. 138 pages. In publisher's deluxe binding of hand-bound string-tied black silk contained in a wooden box. Fine. With an original ink drawing signed by Muth opposite page 20 in the book, "Each morning I go cut stones again, just as I have done my entire life. Is there nothing more for me?" Approximately 15.5 x 12 inches.

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