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    H. C. Bailey. Group of Four First American Editions. New York: The Crime Club, Inc., [1932-1940].
    Together, four octavo volumes. Various paginations. Publisher's cloth bindings. Each in original publisher's dust jackets. Cloth bindings rubbed with some thumbsoiling, some toning in text, a few gutters overopened. Jacket spines sunned, jackets worn and soiled, with tears and chips. Generally fair.

    Titles include:

    Case for Mr. Fortune (book and jacket quite dampstained, hole on the rear of the jacket).

    Mr. Fortune Wonders (several tape repairs to jacket verso).

    This is Mr. Fortune (front jacket flap detached, yet present).

    Mr. Fortune Here (bookplate).


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    Auction Dates
    December, 2019
    5th Thursday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 6
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