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    First Edition With Wonderful Jack London Inscription

    Jack London. White Fang. New York: Macmillan Company, 1906.

    First published edition following the 1905 copyright printing. Inscribed by London on front free endpaper: "Dear Mr. Scott:- / I prefer / this to the "Call of the / Wild." The popular / notion runs otherwise. / Jack London / Boston Mass. / Jan. 16, 1912." Octavo. [i-vii], 327, [1, blank], [4, publisher's catalog] pages. With eight full-page color illustrations and five divisional plates printed in orange.

    Publisher's blue-gray full cloth. Front with black and white titles and decoration. Gilt spine titles, dulled. Illustrated endpapers. Lightly rubbed with a mildly darkened backstrip. Front hinge cracked. A couple of sprung gatherings. Page 135 lacking small portion from upper corner. Mildly toned pages. A very good copy.

    BAL 11896.

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