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    Fredric Brown. Here Comes a Candle. New York: E. P. Dutton & Inc., 1950.
    First edition. Octavo. 256 pages.

    Publisher's black cloth with silver titles. Original price-clipped pictorial dust jacket. Mild tape stains on the boards, light wear at the spine ends, and mildly bumped corners. Front free endpaper shows a previous dealer's stamp, and the rear endpapers have minor tape staining. Textblock clean and bright. Dust jacket has some rubbing, noticeable creases on both panels, and a 1.5 inch tear at the bottom of the front flap fold. Verso shows mild damp-staining at the top edge and spine. Overall, a very good copy. From the Robert and Diane Yaspan Collection.


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    February, 2008
    23rd Saturday
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