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    H. G. Wells. The Island of Doctor Moreau. London: William Heinemann, 1896. First edition, Currey binding (B). Octavo. 219 pages, plus publisher's catalog inserted at rear. Publisher's pictorial cloth, titles and decoration in red and black. Spine slightly leaning. Extremities gently rubbed, bumped, soiled and edgeworn; front and rear hinges tender; light scattered toning. Very good. From the collection of Dr. Stuart David Schiff.

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    March, 2016
    17th Thursday
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