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    [James Fenimore Cooper]. The Last of the Mohicans. London: 1826. First English edition.

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    [James Fenimore Cooper]. The Last of the Mohicans. London: John Miller, 1826. First UK edition. Three twelvemo volumes (6.875 x 4 inches; 175 x 102 mm.). [2, blank], xi, [1, blank], 287, [1, blank]; [ii], 276; [ii], 295, [1, blank]. Contemporary half polished black calf over textured cloth-covered boards; spine lettered in gilt. boards sunned, particularly at top portion; joints lightly worn; corners and edges mildly rubbed; previous owner's signatures in volume one and three partially buffed out; scattered spots of foxing thoughout. Very good.

     



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    March, 2018
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