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    The Limited Signed Edition

    John Dos Passos. The U.S.A. Trilogy: The 42nd Parallel. [and:] Nineteen Nineteen. [and:] The Big Money. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1946.

    Specially-bound limited edition of 365 sets signed by John Dos Passos and illustrator Reginald Marsh on a special limitation page inserted in The 42nd Parallel volume. Three octavo volumes. 481; 545; 645 pages. All volumes illustrated by Reginald Marsh.

    Bound in cream buckram over beveled boards, with pictorial endpapers, gilt lettering to the spines, gilt-stamped brown leather labels on the spines and front boards, and a single-rule blind-stamped border on each board. Top edges gilt, other edges untrimmed. Books are protected by cream paper jackets which have clear, acetate spine windows that display the titles and the year 1946. In the publisher's maroon slipcase, now significantly worn. A lovely set in about fine condition.


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