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    Hulbert Footner. The Ring of Eyes. New York: 1933. Presumed first edition. Octavo. vi, [2], 278, [2, blank] pages. Publisher's black cloth, spine and front stamped in red; all text block edges trimmed; original illustrated dust jacket. Trace of rubbing to binding. Small pen annotation at head of front pastedown; some minor dust-soiling to top edge of text block; original seal present but broken along edge adhered to rear free endpaper. Some fairly minor edge wear to jacket; spine panel slightly faded, with inked mark toward head; tear running diagonally across top portion of front panel, reinforced with clear tape at verso; rubbing to front and rear panels. Very good book in a good jacket.

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