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DescriptionLeslie Charteris. The Bandit. Garden City: 1930. First American edition.
More Information: Leslie Charteris. The Bandit. Garden City: The Crime Club, Inc., 1930. First American edition. Octavo. , 326 pages. Publisher's full black cloth, front and spine lettered in red with publisher's device stamped in red on front. Original illustrated dust jacket. All edges trimmed. Barely perceptible shelf wear at extremities of binding; spine ends gently pushed; some slight bumping to board edges; top of binding a bit dusty. Normal age toning to edges and interior of text block; single faint drip to top edge. Jacket slightly rubbed at exposed panels with a spot or two of soiling; flaps clipped with triangular slice clipped out of front flap, extending about 1.5" down, not affecting text. Very nearly fine.
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