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    Bruce Graeme. Lot of Four First or Early Editions. London: [various publishers], [1926-1949]. Octavos. Publisher's original cloth bindings, dust jackets (all but one title have the dust jacket). Cloth bindings rubbed, worn, soiled, with some toning, foxing in text. Jackets generally worn and soiled, with some sunning, chipping and some tears. Generally fair or better.

    Titles include:

    The Trail of the White Knight (first edition, lacks dust jacket, some gutters starting).

    Laurine (revised edition, inkstamp on front pastedown, sticker residue on front free endpaper).

    Tigers Have Claws (first edition, price-clipped jacket).

    Cherchez la Femme (first edition, jacket roughly price-clipped).

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    December, 2020
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