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    Agatha Christie. The Secret of Chimneys. London: 1925. First edition.

    More Information: Agatha Christie. The Secret of Chimneys. London: John Lane the Bodley Head Limited, 1925. First edition. Octavo. x, [2], 306, [2] pages. Publisher's full light blue cloth, front and spine stamped in black. All edges trimmed; top edge stained blue. Minimal shelf wear at extremities of binding; backstrip just slightly faded; spine ends a bit pushed; corners softly bumped. Staining to top edge a touch rubbed and just starting to fade; normal age toning to remaining edges; a bit of spotting to bottom and fore-edge. Occasional faint specks of foxing scattered throughout text block; endpapers lightly spotted. Near fine overall.

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    September, 2019
    5th Thursday
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