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    J. R. R. Tolkien. The Adventures of Tom Bombadil. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1963. First American edition, first printing stated on the copyright page. Signed by the author to the half-title page. Octavo. 63, [1] pages. Full-color illustrated boards, rounded spine lettered in black; original illustrated dust jacket by Pauline Baynes. Minor edgewear, head and foot of spine pushed. White endpapers; bookplate to front free endpaper recto. Internally clean and tight, all edges trimmed. Dust jacket price clipped; chipping to head and foot of spine and corners, spine sunned, minor edgewear. Very good book with very good dust jacket.

    Hammond & Anderson, A6.b.

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