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    Ernest Bramah. Pair of Doran Titles. New York: [1924-1925]. First U. S. editions.

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    Ernest Bramah. The Eyes of Max Carrados. New York: George H. Doran Company, 1924. First American edition. Octavo. xxix, [1], 33-354. Publisher's full yellow cloth, front and spine lettered in red. Original dust jacket. All edges trimmed. Barely perceptible shelf wear at extremities of binding; a bit of light soiling, particularly along edges, and slight rubbing; spine ends softened. Top edge of text block dust-soiled; normal toning to remaining edges. Small partial stamp at inner margin of contents page. Mild rubbing, toning and thumbsoiling at exposed panels of jacket; minimal paper loss at flap fold ends with a tiny amount of fraying at spine ends; handful of very short tears at edges of front and rear panels. Very nearly fine.

    [Together with:] The Specimen Case. New York: George H. Doran Company, 1925. First American edition. Octavo. xix, [3], 23-313, [1] pages. Publisher's full blue cloth, front and spine stamped in red. Original illustrated dust jacket; publisher's advertisements printed at verso. All edges trimmed. Some shelf wear at extremities of binding; spine ends pushed; gentle bumping to corners. Normal age toning to edges and interior of text block; slight scuffing to edges and occasional spot-soiling scattered throughout interior. A bit of chipping at spine and flap fold ends with one small hole at rear panel and a small hole at each flap fold; general light toning, rubbing and soiling to exposed panels of jacket; a few soft creases to front panel; faint damp stain at spine panel; mild fraying along top edge. About near fine. Contains a Kai Lung and a Max Carrados story. From the Otto Penzler Collection of Mystery Fiction.

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