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    A Handsome Copy of Miller's
    Death of a Salesman

    Arthur Miller. Death of a Salesman. New York: The Viking Press, 1949. First edition, first printing. Octavo. [2, blank], 139, [3, blank] pages. Publisher's full orange cloth, stamped in black on front board and spine, dust jacket, pictorial endleaves. Jacket spine toned, some rubbing and mild edgewear to jacket spine and corners, mild thumbsoiling to jacket rear panel, some foxing and minor soiling on jacket verso (mostly invisible on front of jacket), cloth spine a bit dull and rubbed, minor foxing to blank sides of free endpapers. Slightly skewed. Still, a near fine copy which shows well.


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    November, 2015
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