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    H. G. Wells. The Shape of Things to Come. London: 1933. First edition. Signed by Wells.

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    H. G. Wells. The Shape of Things to Come. London: Hutchinson, 1933. First edition. Signed by Wells on the title-page.

    Octavo. [432], [12, ads] pages. Publisher's full blue cloth, front cover lettered in blind, spine lettered in gilt, dust jacket. Jacket spine sunned, jacket with some wear and tears, tape reinforcements on verso, cloth spine a bit toned, some soiling to front board, some rubbing to binding, small bookseller's ticket on rear pastedown. Still, good.

    Hammond B16.

    From the John McLaughlin/Book Sail Collection.



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