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    Gelett Burgess and Will Irwin. The Picaroons. New York: McClure, Phillips, & Company, 1904. First edition. Signed and inscribed by both authors. Octavo. 284 pages. Publisher's gilt-stamped blue cloth; original illustrated dust jacket. Minor edgewear, spine sunned. Signature and inscription to front free endpaper recto; endpapers with minor foxing. Internally generally clean; top edge gilt, fore and tail edge untrimmed, minor edgewear, some chipping, minor intermittent foxing. Dust jacket unclipped (price $1.50); heavy edgewear, heavy chipping to head and foot of spine panel and corners, spine sunned, some dampstaining, rubbed, reinforced with clear tape on verso. Very good book with fair dust jacket. Smith, American Fiction (1901-1925) B-1207. Bleiler (1948), p. 65.

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