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DescriptionG. K. Chesterton. The Secret of Father Brown. New York: 1927. First American edition.
More Information: G. K. Chesterton [as Gilbert K. Chesterton]. The Secret of Father Brown. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1927. First American edition. Octavo. , 278 pages. Frontispiece and fifteen additional inserted leaves of plates; in-text illustrations. Publisher's full blue cloth, front and spine stamped in green. Original illustrated dust jacket printed in black on aqua paper. Top edge trimmed; others untrimmed. Spine slightly skewed; fairly mild shelf wear at extremities of binding; spine ends gently pushed; a bit of rubbing, soiling to boards. Normal age toning to edges and interior of text block; top edge a bit darkened. Minimal rubbing to exposed panels of jacket, with light wear to edges and folds; a tiny amount of fraying at spine ends; flaps clipped. Near fine.
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