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    [Limited Editions Club]. Mark Twain. Adventures of Huckleberry Finn [and:] Adventures of Tom Sawyer. New York and Cambridge: 1933-1939. Tom Sawyer signed by Thomas Hart Benton.


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    Each title is one of 1,500 copies signed by either the artist (Tom Sawyer signed by Thomas Hart Benton) or the designer (Huckleberry Finn signed by Carl Rollins. Together, two large octavo volumes. Publisher's full cloth bindings, slipcases. Spines sunned, some light rubbing to bindings. Slipcase for Tom Sawyer split and worn, some mild wear to slipcase for Huckleberry Finn. Generally very good.



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    September, 2019
    5th Thursday
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