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    Cecil Freeman Gregg. Murder of Estelle Cantor. New York: The Dial Press, 1936. First edition. Octavo. 276 pages. Publisher's red cloth with publisher's monogram stamped in blind on front board and lettered in black on spine. Corners bumped and rubbed, minor edgewear, head of spine slightly frayed, front board creased, minor soiling, somewhat rubbed. Endpapers toned. Internally generally clean; top edge stained dark red, some dampstaining on top edge, fore and tail edge untrimmed, text block toned in margins. Dust jacket unclipped (price $2.00); minor edgewear, some soiling on back panel, somewhat rubbed. Very good book with very good dust jacket.

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