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    Rex Stout. Some Buried Caesar. New York: [1939]. First edition.

    More Information: Rex Stout. Some Buried Caesar. New York: Farrar & Rinehart, [1939]. First edition, American Magazine notice affixed to the copyright page. Octavo. [vi], 296, 3-5 (Too Many Cooks excerpt), [7, blank] pages. Publisher's green cloth; spine and front board lettered and ruled in black; top edge stained green; in original dust jacket. Very mild spine lean; joints discolored from binding glue (seemingly common flaw); occasional light soiling; spine ends and corners lightly worn; bottom corners softly bumped. Top stain faded; endpapers discolored from binding blue, pastedowns lightly foxed; rubber stamp to rear free endpaper. Dust jacket spine panel faintly faded with light vertical crease; edges worn; some light soiling to rear panel. Still, very good. The sixth Nero Wolfe mystery. From the KoKo Collection.

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