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    William E. Fredeman. AUTHOR'S MARKUP COPY. Pre-Raphaelitism. A Bibliocritical Study. Cambridge: Harvard Press, 1965. Octavo. xix, 327 pages with additional blank pages bound in between almost every printed page, used for annotations and corrections to the text. Eight illustrated black and white plates. Bound in blue cloth with gilt title ("Bibliographical" instead of "Bibliocritical"), author, and year on spine. Boards rubbed, lightly soiled and scratched, spine rubbed; unobtrusive marginal dampstains, holograph pencil marks and annotations on inserted blank pages and on original text pages, occasional foxing or smudges; otherwise in very good condition. From the William E. Fredeman Collection.

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    June, 2015
    17th Wednesday
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