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DescriptionAgatha Christie. Lord Edgware Dies. London: 1933. First edition.
More Information: Agatha Christie. Lord Edgware Dies. London: The Crime Club Ltd., 1933. First edition. Octavo. 252,  pages. Publisher's full orange cloth, front and spine lettered in black. All edges trimmed. Moderate shelf and joint wear and bumping to binding; backstrip sunned; spine ends pushed and starting to fray; fair amount of rubbing and soiling to cloth. Normal age toning to edges and interior of text block; spots of foxing, soiling and areas of inking to edges; some shallow scuffs; one bump to bottom resulting in creasing to a section of pages. Inking, some partially effaced or offset, to front pastedown; spine split between rear free endpaper and final leaf; moderate amount of foxing and spot-soiling scattered throughout text block. About very good.
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