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    John Dickson Carr. Group of Four First Editions. New York: Harper & Brothers, Publishers, 1935-1940.
    Together, four octavo volumes. Various paginations. Publisher's original cloth bindings. Three volumes in original publisher's dust jackets, one is in a facsimile dust jacket. Cloth bindings rubbed, some thumbsoiling, text generally toned. Dust jacket spines sunned, some edgewear, light chipping, some creased tears. Fair.

    Titles include:

    Death-Watch (facsimile dust jacket).

    The Four False Weapons (tape repairs to jacket verso, price-clipped).

    The Man Who Could Not Shudder (price-clipped jacket).

    -Another Copy (tape repairs to jacket verso, previous owner's inkstamp and bookplate on front endleaves).


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    5th Thursday
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