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    Sax Rohmer. Moon of Madness. Garden City: 1927. First edition.
    Sax Rohmer. Moon of Madness. Garden City: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1927. First edition. Octavo. [2], vi, [2], 233, [5] pages. Publisher's bright orange cloth, spine and front stamped in red; all text block edges trimmed; original illustrated dust jacket. Foot of spine slightly crimped; single tiny speck of soiling at rear board; almost no wear along bottom edges. Text block softly dulled with age; edges a bit foxed, particularly along top edge, which also has a small pencil mark; faint pencil annotation on last page of text. Jacket a tiny bit dulled and rubbed, with minor wear along top edge, reinforced at verso of spine panel with a piece of clear tape; rear panel with just a bit of foxing and a couple of small, faint tidemarks; nicking at ends of flap folds. Verso lightly tanned and rubbed with a couple of small spots of foxing. Fine book in a near fine jacket.

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