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DescriptionCecil Freeman Gregg. Group of Four Inspector Higgins Books. London: [1938-1952]. First editions.
Cecil Freeman Gregg. Mystery at Moor Street. A Tale of Inspector Higgins. London: Methuen, . First edition. [Together with:] Who Dialed 999? A Tale of Inspector Higgins. London: Methuen & Co., . First edition. [And:] From Information Received. A Tale of Inspector Higgins. London: Methuen & Co., . First edition. [And:] Accidental Murder. A Tale of Inspector Higgins. London: Methuen & Co., . First edition. With bookplate of Adrian Homer Goldstone. Four volumes. Octavo. Various paginations. Publisher's cloth, two spines lettered in black, two in gilt, all text block edges trimmed; original illustrated dust jackets. Spines leaning; spine ends gently rolled and just a bit worn; a bit of pale soiling at rear board of Information Received; minimal wear along bottom edges. Text blocks slightly dulled; dust-soiling along top edge of Moor Street; mild foxing to edges and endpapers of Information Received and Accidental Murder; previous owner signature to front pastedown of Moor Street; 999 with uneven tanning at endpapers. Three of four jackets with chipping or nicking at spine and flap fold ends, largest at Moor Street with paper loss at spine head approximately one inch deep and 3.5 inches wide; both spine ends of Moor Street and head of spine at 999 reinforced with clear tape at verso; general light tanning, rubbing, and a trace of thumbsoiling and foxing to exposed panels; mild edge wear with some wrinkling and tiny tears; rear flap of 999 with 2.5-inch closed tear, reinforced with clear tape at verso. Occasional faint rubbing and scattered spots of foxing at versos. Near fine books in good to very good jackets.
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