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    Sax Rohmer. The Drums of Fu Manchu. London: [1939]. First English edition.
    Sax Rohmer. The Drums of Fu Manchu. London: Cassell and Company, [1939]. First U. S. edition. Octavo. 312 pages. Publisher's black cloth, spine stamped in red; all text block edges trimmed; original illustrated dust jacket. Foot of spine slightly crimped; soft crease starting along vertical length of spine. Text block edges faintly foxed; bookseller's ticket at front pastedown; mild, uneven toning at free endpapers from jacket flaps and pastedowns; occasional spots of foxing scattered throughout interior. Jacket rubbed and lightly soiled, particularly at folds; nicking at foot of spine panel; pair of tiny tears at head of front panel. Very nearly fine.


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