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    L. Sprague de Camp and Fletcher Pratt. The Carnelian Cube. A Humorous Fantasy. New York: 1948. First edition, signed.

    More Information: L. Sprague de Camp and Fletcher Pratt. The Carnelian Cube. A Humorous Fantasy. New York: Gnome Press, 1948. First edition, brief inscription signed by both authors on the front endpaper. Octavo. 230, [231-232: blank] pages. Publisher's light grey cloth, spine lettered in red, in original dust jacket. Faint blemish to front board, spine ends rubbed. Dust jacket rear panel lightly rubbed at joint fold, small chips at corners. Near fine. From the collection of Dr. Stuart David Schiff.

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