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    H. G. Wells. The War in the Air and Particularly How Mr. Bert Smallways Fared While it Lasted. London: George Bell and Sons, 1908. First edition, Currey binding C. Octavo. 389 pages. Illustrations by A. C. Michael. Publisher's blue cloth with blind-stamped titles and color illustration on front and gilt-stamped titles on spine. Bumped corners and faded spine with shelf wear. Toned endpapers with minor foxing at preliminaries, terminals and edges. Rear hinge beginning. Otherwise very good. From the Jerry Weist Collection.


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