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DescriptionM. Aldanov. The Key. London: 1931. First edition.
More Information: M. Aldanov. The Key. London: George G. Harrap & Co., 1931. First edition. Octavo. 325,  pages. Publisher's full red cloth, spine lettered and ruled in black. Original illustrated jacket. All text block edges trimmed. A bit of wear at spine ends, slightly pushed; upper corner of front board gently bumped; top edge of binding a touch dusty. A bit of spotting to edges of text block; top edge faintly darkened. Uneven toning to endpapers with a few spots of foxing to first few leaves; upper corner of rear free endpaper creased. Jacket lightly rubbed and toned at exposed panels with some mild spotting at rear; minor edge wear with a tiny amount of paper loss at spine and flap fold ends. Verso lightly foxed and toned. Very nearly fine.
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