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    Hanns Heinz Ewers. Vampire. New York: [1934]. First U. S. edition. Octavo. [8], 363, [5, blanks and printer's statement] pages. Publisher's red cloth, spine and front stamped in dark green; top edge of text block trimmed and stained dark green; original illustrated dust jacket. Spine ends slightly rolled and worn; a bit of soiling, staining along top edges of front board; light wear along bottom edges. Pale yellowing to endpapers and text block; discoloration at free endpapers. Jacket worn, particularly along edges, resulting in tears, nicking, chipping, creasing; general rubbing; discoloration at verso from old tape repairs and reinforcements. Very good book in a fair jacket.

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    March, 2020
    4th Wednesday
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