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    [Featured Lot]. Philip Bourke Marston. INSCRIBED/ ALS. Song-Tide, and Other Poems. London: Ellis and Green, 1871. Octavo. Inscribed by the author to Mrs. Herbert with a double sided ALS and manuscript poem both tipped in. [together with:] Philip Bourke Marston. All in All. London: Chatto and Windus, 1875. Both volumes in closely matching publishers' cloth bindings with gilt rules and titles on front covers and spines. Bookplate. Boards rubbed, soiled, and dampstained, spines leaning. Foxing, minor dampstaining, occasional soiling, or edge wear. Overall, very good.

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    January, 2016
    14th Thursday
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