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    J. D. Salinger. The Catcher in the Rye. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1951. First edition. Octavo. [2, blank], [vi], 277, [3, blank]. Original black cloth with titles in gilt at spine, in original first-state dust jacket. Mild edgewear to boards with a touch of fraying to spine ends; gilt titles at spine very lightly rubbed. Jacket spine panel faintly dulled; creasing at folds and spine edges; light edgewear at corners and spine ends with evidence of subtle restoration. Interior generally bright and clean. A tight, subtly sophisticated copy. Very good. From the private collection of Stephen Lyle Boyd.

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    March, 2017
    8th Wednesday
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