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    John Collier. No Traveller Returns. London: The White Owl Press, 1931.

    Signed first limited edition, of which this in number 105 of 120 copies, printed upon handmade paper. Octavo. 62 pages.

    Publisher's black felt covers with the front cover geometrically illustrated in green and gilt. The spine is lettered in gilt. Top edge gilt, other edges uncut. Signed by the author on the limitation page, two pages prior to the title page. Some minor rubbing to the spine and bumping to the corners, the free endpapers are slightly toned. Altogether a tight and very good copy.

    John Henry Noyes Collier (May 3, 1901 - April 6, 1980) is widely remembered for his short stories published in The New Yorker from the 1930s into the 1950s. This elegantly bound book was the author's second published novel.

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