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    Archibald Clavering Gunter. Mr. Barnes of New York. New York: Home, 1887. Three copies, one inscribed, the other with an ALS by Gunter and with Vincent Starrett's bookplate. Octavo. 250 pages. Publisher's cloth bindings (one is apparently a green cloth variant). Bindings generally worn, soiled, bumped, a few gutters starting. Text toned, soiled. Generally good.

    The inscribed copy is inscribed to writer Charles Warren Stoddard. Another copy has a two page autograph letter signed by Gunter affixed to the front free endpaper (toned and creased); opposite the letter is Vincent Starrett's bookplate.


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    December, 2020
    5th-7th Saturday-Monday
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