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    G. K. Chesterton. The Man Who Knew Too Much. New York: 1922. First American edition.

    More Information: G. K. Chesterton [as Gilbert K. Chesterton]. The Man Who Knew Too Much. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1922. First American edition. Octavo. [8], 365, [1] pages. Black-and-white frontispiece by W. Hatherell. Publisher's full red cloth, front and spine stamped in green. Original dust jacket. All edges trimmed. Minimal shelf wear at extremities of binding; spine ends slightly pushed. Normal mild age toning to edges and interior of text block; top edge a bit dust-soiled; some slight rubbing, soiling to fore-edge. Endpapers unevenly toned; occasional faint marginal soiling scattered throughout. Jacket toned, with a fair amount of rubbing, spot-soiling to exposed panels; a bit of paper loss at spine and flap fold ends; some soft creasing, particularly at spine; wear to folds; singled tear at top of front panel. Handful of small spots to verso. Near fine book in a very good jacket.

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