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DescriptionSax Rohmer. The Trail of Fu Manchu. Garden City: 1934. First edition.
Sax Rohmer. The Trail of Fu Manchu. Garden City: The Crime Club, Inc., 1934. First edition. Octavo. , vii, , 329, [3, blank] pages. Publisher's black cloth, spine and front stamped in yellow; top edge of text block stained yellow, others untrimmed; original illustrated dust jacket. Spine skewed; spine ends crimped and very slightly worn; a trace of rubbing and a few small spots of soiling to boards; light wear along bottom edges. Top edge of text block dust-soiled; previous owner signature and sticker to front pastedown. Mild dulling to exposed panels of jacket; nicking out of spine and flap fold ends; creasing to folds (very small tear at middle of rear panel fold), softer creasing at spine and front panel; one very short tear at base of front panel. Near fine.
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