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    Charles Dickens. The Posthumous Papers of The Pickwick Papers. Philadelphia: Carey, Lea and Blanchard, 1838. "A New Edition." Octavo. Contemporary full leather. Edges speckled. Some rubbing and scuffs on covers and extremities. Marbled endpapers. Partial bookplate and staining. Moderate scattered foxing. Occasional soiling. Front free endpaper cockled, small hole in blank sheet following. Ink ownership signature. A bit of dampstaining on lower margins of preliminaries through p. 33. Two cello-tape repairs on plate verso facing p. 34; small tape repair on tear on p. 48. Light creasing on lower margin of pp. 363-364. Overall, very good. From the collection of Zita Books.

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    February, 2016
    11th Thursday
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