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    Anne Rice. Two copies of Interview with the Vampire. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1976. First edition. Both signed by the author pasted bookplates on the dedication page. Octavo. 371, [1] pages. Uniformly bound in dark grey paper backed in black cloth and stamped in blind, spine lettered in gilt; original illustrated dust jacket. Head and foot of spines just pushed, lettering to spine somewhat rubbed. Internally clean and tight, top edge trimmed and stained red, other edges untrimmed; minor text block edgewear and soiling. Dust jackets unclipped ($8.95); minor edgewear, a few small closed tears to edges, somewhat creased and rubbed. Very good books with very good dust jackets.

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    9th-10th Wednesday-Thursday
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