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    [Baron Munchausen]. [Eric Rudolph Raspe]. Gulliver Redivivus: or the Celebrated and Entertaining Travels and Adventures, of the Renowned Baron Munchausen, by Sea and Land: Including a Tour to the United States of America. Philadelphia: Key & Mielke, 1832. Later edition. Thirtytwomo. 162 pages. With five full-page engravings and one large fold-out. Period quarter-leather with gilt spine titles over marbled boards. Covers and extremities rubbed and worn with abrading to edges and corners. Endpapers, pages, and edges moderately foxed and toned. Fold-out illustration has tear and minor loss at bottom right corner, mildly affecting image. A miniscule amount of nibbling to bottom of rear joint and spine. Two minute spots of dampstaining to preliminaries. Generally, a very good copy.

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