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    Mark Twain. The Prince and the Pauper... Boston: 1882. First U. S. edition.

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    Mark Twain. The Prince and the Pauper. Boston: James R. Osgood, 1882. First American edition. Publisher's full sheep binding. With Franklin Press imprint on copyright page, but with text points corrected, as per MacDonnell. Octavo. [2, blank]; 411, [5, blank] pages. Publisher's full sheep binding, spine ruled in gilt, burgundy and blue gilt morocco lettering labels; marbled endleaves. Front hinge repaired; rear hinge cracking; binding somewhat worn and soiled; front hinge starting; rear gutter facing final blank is cracked; text a bit toned with occasional foxing and thumbsoiling. Previous owner's contemporary neat inscription on first blank. Overall, a good copy in a rare binding. BAL 3402. MacDonnell, Firsts Magazine, July-August 1998.

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