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    [Jerry Weist]. Edward E. Smith. INSCRIBED. Skylark of Valeron. Reading: Fantasy Press, 1949. First edition, first printing. Signed and inscribed by Smith on front free endpaper. Octavo. 252 pages. Publisher's binding and dust jacket. Sunning to top board edges with small area of staining to tail of spine and foxing along joints and boards. Foxing to page edges with foxing and offsetting to endpapers. Bookplate. Jacket shows light rubbing and wear to edges with a few small chips and tears. Very good. From the Jerry Weist Collection.

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    December, 2011
    29th Thursday
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