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    John P. Marquand. Think Fast, Mr. Moto. Boston: 1937. First edition. Octavo. [4], 277, [1, remainder of text], [2, blank] pages. Publisher's turquoise cloth, spine and front lettered in red; all text block edges trimmed; original illustrated dust jacket. Hint of wear at spine ends; trace of minor soiling visible in raking light. Upper corner of front free endpaper softly rumpled; faint stamp at rear free endpaper. Speckles of foxing along text block edges. Edge wear to jacket resulting in nicking, minuscule tears, and associated creasing, particularly at spine and flap fold ends; fairly minor rubbing; foxing at head and feet of flaps. Near fine book in a very good jacket.

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    15th-16th Thursday-Friday
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