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    Mark Twain. A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court. New York: 1889. First edition.

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    Mark Twain. A Yankee in King Arthur's Court. New York: Charles L. Webster, 1889. First edition. Large octavo (9.25 x 6.5 inches; 211 x 165 mm.). 575, [1, blank], [2, ads]. Publisher's green cloth stamped in gilt, black and gray with coat of arms and knight design. Gilt at spine dulled; edges worn with corners lightly bumped; cloth fraying at spine ends. Endpapers foxed and scattered foxing throughout. Very good. Housed in custom clamshell case. BAL 3529. From the Collection of Daniel J. King.



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    March, 2018
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