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    Sinclair Gluck. The Man Who Never Blundered. New York: Dodd, Mead and Company, 1929. First edition. Octavo. [10], 304 pages. Publisher's blue cloth, spine and front stamped in yellow; fore-edge of text block untrimmed; decorative endpapers; original illustrated dust jacket. Spine ends rolled and worn; trace of wear along joints and board edges; small stain at head of rear board. Endpapers and text block softly dulled; a few small drip stains to top edge of text block; occasional faint, marginal spot- and thumbsoiling scattered throughout interior. Light wear to jacket edges resulting in a handful of short tears and some rumpling; light rubbing to exposed panels; small brown stain at head of front flap. Very good.

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    5th Thursday
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