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    W. R. Burnett. The Silver Eagle. New York: Lincoln Mac Veagh, The Dial Press, 1931. First edition. Octavo (7.375 x. 5.125 inches; 188 x 130 mm.). [8], 310 pages. Publisher's black cloth; front stamped in blind with publisher's device; spine stamped in silver; top edge of the text block trimmed, others untrimmed; in the original illustrated dust jacket. Very mild shelf wear at the extremities of the binding; spine ends gently pushed. Normal toning to edges and interior of text block. Faint toning to free endpapers from jacket flaps. One or two instances of previous dog-earing. Wear to edges and folds of jacket with a few small chips out of top edge and bottom of spine panel, one or two small spots of soiling; tide marks at verso in lower corners of front and rear panels with slight paper loss at once side. Near fine.

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