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    Victor Hugo. Les Miserables. New York: 1862. First U. S. edition.

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    Victor Hugo. Les Miserables. Translated from the Original French by Chas. E. Wilbour. New York: Carleton, 1862. First American edition.

    Octavo. Contemporary quarter calf over marble paper covered boards, all edges speckled. Boards heavily rubbed and scuffed, edges worn with abrasions and boards showing at corners. Text block toned and over-opened, a few water stains on lower edge of text block, occasional light stains on outer margins, foxed endpapers, a few small stains on terminal leaves, large tear on outer margin of page 129/130 with effect to text, tear and small holes in inner margins of "Marius" with affect to text. A good copy.

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    September, 2017
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