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    Harper Lee. To Kill a Mockingbird. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Company, [1960]. First edition. Octavo. 296 pages. Publisher's light green quarter-cloth over brown paper-covered boards, spine lettered in dark brown; in the original first-state dust jacket with the Truman Capote blurb printed in green on the front flap, the Jonathan Daniels blurb on the rear flap and the portrait of Harper Lee by Capote on the rear panel. Cloth spine toned, some wear and soiling to binding, gutters facing half-title and page 296 cracking, some foxing to endleaves, some mild occasional creasing to lower corner of text, some soiling to edge of text block, a few small tears in text, previous owner's gift inscription on front free endpaper. Jacket spine sunned, jacket worn and creased, with several tears and chips, some soiling to rear jacket panel, edges of jacket flaps and fore-edges of jacket foxed. Good.

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