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    Clinton H. Stagg. Thornley Colton, Blind Detective. New York: G. Howard Watt, 1923. First Edition. Octavo. 343 pp. Publisher's red-stamped black cloth; with original illustrated dust jacket; printed on pale yellow paper. Minor edgewear; a little rubbed overall; minor soiling on front board. Endpaper slightly toned; ink stamp with front free endpaper recto. Internally generally clean; minor foxing, chiefly contained to edges; top-edge slightly darkened. Dust jacket with heavy edgewear; spine panel sunned; some chipping in head and foot of spine; some tears in spine joints; rubbed overall; taped on verso starting to separate. Very good book with fair dust jacket.

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