[Charles Dickens & A. Conan Doyle]. Harry B. Smith.Click the image to load the highest resolution version.
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Description[Charles Dickens & A. Conan Doyle]. Harry B. Smith. How Sherlock Holmes Solved the Mystery of Edwin Drood. Glen Rock: 1934. First edition, limited.
[Charles Dickens & A. Conan Doyle]. Harry B. Smith. How Sherlock Holmes Solved the Mystery of Edwin Drood. Glen Rock, PA: Walter Klinefelter, 1934. First edition, limited to 33 copies, of which this is number 28, and signed by the author on the limitation page. Octavo. , 57,  pages. Publisher's black cloth, printed paper label at spine; top edge of text block trimmed. Spine ends showing just a trace of wear; spine label sunned; mild rubbing to boards, visible in raking light; trace of wear along bottom edges. Text block edges a bit dulled; specks of foxing to endpapers; slightly stained presentation slip from Mr. Carroll Atwood Wilson laid in between front endpapers. Near fine.
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