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    Agatha Christie and E. Phillips Oppenheim. The Under Dog and Blackman's Wood. London: [1929]. First edition. Twelvemo. 188, [2, ads], [2, blank] pages (note: endpapers included in pagination). Publisher's dark red paper-covered boards, spine and front stamped in gilt; all text block edges trimmed. Spine skewed; soft creasing to spine with gilding slightly tarnished; minor shelf wear. Hinges showing signs of cracking, but still sound. Specks of foxing along text block edges; text block yellowed. Nicking along edges of jacket, particularly at spine and flap fold ends; short tear at foot of rear panel fold; light rubbing; soft creasing at folds. Very good. Housed in custom clamshell.

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    March, 2020
    4th Wednesday
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