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    J. K. Rowling. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. [London]: Bloomsbury, [1999]. First edition, first printing (full number line), second state with the copyright notice corrected to "J.K. Rowling" but lacking the publisher's ads at the rear. Inscribed by the author on the dedication page: "To Ed - / hope you like this one / as much! / Jo / (J. K. Rowling)." Octavo (7.75 x 5 inches; 196 x 127 mm.). 317, [3, blank] pages. Publisher's pictorial paper-covered boards; in the original dust jacket. Spine gently leaning; spine ends softly bumped. Text with occasional faint marginal foxing. Dust jacket with a tiny crimp at the crown and the lightest of edgewear. Near fine. Errington A7(aa).

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