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    Robert Frost Signed Copy of Collected Poems. New York: Random House, 1930. First edition, limited to 1,000 numbered copies printed at the Spiral Press in New York, of which this is No. 612. Signed by Robert Frost on the half-title page and inscribed on the front free paper "For Margaret and Orton Clark from their friends Elinor and Robert Frost June 1935." Octavo. 349 pages plus contents. Original linen cloth over beveled edges, and with morocco lettering label stamped in gilt (issued without dust jacket or slipcase). Top edge gilt, others untrimmed.

    Condition: Endpapers slightly browned as is common with this book. Binding bumped, foxed, and rubbed. Light foxing and toning throughout integral pages. Sound binding with a bold example of Frost's signature.

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