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    G. K. Chesterton. The Incredulity of Father Brown. New York: Dodd, Mead, and Company, 1926. First American edition.
    Octavo. [x], 270 pages. Publisher's full orange-brown cloth, front board stamped in black and blind, spine stamped in black. In the original publisher's price-clipped dust jacket. Cloth spine toned and foxed, some edgewear to spine, some rubbing to boards, endleaves offset and soiled, several gutters overopened, a few leaves chipped at fore-edge. Front endleaves and preliminary leaves, and leaves up to page [x] have ownership inkstamps or embossed stamps. Jacket restored and repaired, jacket worn, chipped, soiled. Embossed ownership stamp on front jacket flap. Fair.

    The third Father Brown book.

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