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DescriptionMichael Innes. Lament for a Maker. London: Victor Gollancz Ltd, 1938. First edition. Octavo (7.25 x 4.875 inches; 185 x 125 mm.). 286 pages. Publisher's full black cloth, spine lettered in red. Original dust jacket printed in red and black on yellow paper. All edges trimmed. Minimal shelf wear to binding; a few bumps along edges; spine ends gently pushed; mild rubbing to boards with a touch of soiling along joints. Edges of text block darkened with fairly extensive foxing, some extending into interior page margins. Endpapers lightly foxed with black speckling along bottom edges; small stain to front pastedown; blind stamp at front free endpaper. A bit of rubbing to exposed panels of jacket; light wear at edges and folds; minor paper loss at spine and flap fold ends. Very good. A Haycraft Queen Cornerstone.
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