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    Joseph Conrad. Tales of Unrest. London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1898. First English edition. Octavo. [viii], 297, [1, imprint], 14 (publisher's catalog) pages. Publisher's forest green cloth, spine lettered in gilt. Corners bumped and rubbed, minor edgewear, head and foot of spine pushed, minor soiling to spine, somewhat rubbed. Cream endpapers; front hinge just starting. Internally clean and tight, top edge trimmed and gilt, other edges rough trimmed; text block toned along margins and edges, minor intermittent soiling, minor textblock edgewear. Housed in green cloth chemise and green cloth slipcase, case backed in green morocco, spine decorated in gilt; moderate edgewear, spine lightly sunned, pull ribbon detached and frayed. Very good.

    Ehrsam, page 315; Wise (1920), 6. From the Gary Munson Collection


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