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    A Nice Copy of a Scarce Jacket

    Sax Rohmer. The Island of Fu Manchu. London, Toronto, Melbourne and Sydney: Cassell and Company, Limited, [1941]. First British edition. Octavo. vi, 282 pages. Publisher's black cloth, spine stamped, ruled and lettered in red, in original dust jacket. Top edge of text block dusty, mild foxing to free endpapers, a nearly fine, bright copy in a nearly fine pictorial dust jacket with hint of rubbing at edges and mild internal tanning to spine panel.

    More Information:

    The eleventh Fu Manchu book. Bleiler (1978), p. 169. Reginald 12383. Day, p. 12.



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    April, 2016
    6th Wednesday
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