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    William Hope Hodgson. Carnacki the Ghost-Finder. London: Eveleigh Nash, 1913. First edition. Octavo. [i-iv], v-vii, [viii-x], 11-287, [288, advertisement], 16 [publisher's catalogue] pages. Publisher's red cloth with the front panel stamped in gilt and blind, spine panel stamped in gilt, and the rear panel stamped in blind. Minor wear and soiling to boards. Spine lightly sunned. Scattered minor foxing. No front free endpaper. Two tiny spots of abrading to the front pastedown. Ink inventory number and previous owner's blindstamp to the half title page. Tiny top edge marginal tear to pages 281 and beyond. Very good. Currey, p. 199. From the Jerry Weist Collection.

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