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    Carter Dickson. The Judas Window. New York: William Morrow and Company, 1938. First edition. Octavo. vi, 294 pages. Publisher's black cloth, spine and front stamped in red; top edge of text block trimmed and stained red; original illustrated dust jacket. Spine ends rolled and worn, starting to fray at head; pale soiling to boards; series of small gouge marks at rear board; light wear along edges. Endpapers discolored with age and slightly soiled; previous owner markings effaced from endpapers. Text block dulled; top edge faded with series of drip marks; a few small stains at edges. Jacket restored at spine and flap fold ends, along panel folds, with color added at recto to disguise repairs; rubbing to exposed panels; some soiling and staining. Good. Housed in custom clamshell.

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