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    L.T. Meade and John C. Staples, editors. Atalanta. Volume II. October 1888 to September 1889. London: Hatchards, 1889. Octavo. 816 pages with twenty pages of advertisements at the end. Engraved frontispieces. Contributors include Christina G. Rossetti, Edmund Gosse, Miss Thackeray, John Strange Winter, Dechamps, Donatello, Arthur Hopkins, E.J. Poynter, and others. Presentation bookplate to "Alice Hibbs" from the "Merchant Seaman's Orphan Asylum. Snaresbrook". Decorative publisher's cloth with flowering branch in gilt with titles to front cover and spine, decorative endpapers. Binding lightly soiled, front joint cracking, small cloth tears to head and foot of spine, front hinge cracked, catalog pages over-opened, dampstains, pages lightly cockled, occasional creases, or foxing; otherwise in very good condition. From the William E. Fredeman Collection.

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