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    Stephen King. Carrie. Garden City: 1974. First edition.

    More Information: Stephen King. Carrie. Garden City, New York: Doubleday & Company, 1974. First edition. Octavo. [8], 199, [1] pages. Dark reddish brown cloth; spine stamped in gilt. Original pictorial dust jacket; front panel printed in yellow, white, and black; all others printed in black. Deckle edges. In custom black imitation leather paper-covered slipcase. Very mild edge wear to extremities of binding. Moderate toning, wear to dust jacket; scattered light soiling. Mild toning at creases, edges of reverse side of dust jacket; small damp spot at foot of spine panel. Regular soft toning at edges of text block. Minimal shelf wear to slipcase. Near fine book in very good dust jacket. Has "P6" printed at gutter on p. 199, a sign of a first edition, first issue.

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