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    Ellery Queen. The Misadventures of Sherlock Holmes. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1944. First edition, one of 125 signed presentation copies, this being number 29, produced for the Sherlock Holmes Dinner, March 31, 1944. Octavo. [xxiv], [1]-[366] pages. With signed limitation page inserted after copyright page. Publisher's full black cloth, front board and spine stamped in red. In the original publisher's dust jacket. Cloth spine lightly sunned and rubbed, minor rubbing to boards. A few gutters lightly overopened. Jacket spine sunned. Jacket slightly toned. Minor rubbing, creasing, soiling to jacket. Still, a fine copy of this rare edition. In a later cloth jacket.

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