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    W. Somerset Maugham. Cakes and Ale. London: Heinemann, [1954]. 80th birthday edition. Limited to 1000 copies. Signed by Maugham and the illustrator, Graham Sutherland. Publisher's half mushroom calf. Minor rubbing to spine ends. In publisher's slipcase. Near fine.

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    Octavo. 255 pages.

     

    Publisher's half mushroom calf with navy blue calf boards, divided by gold rule on the front and back. Author's symbol blind stamped on front board. Black cloth spine label with gold stamping. Pages are uncut. Minor rubbing to spine ends. Slight toning to endpapers. In publisher's slipcase. Near fine.

     

    Published January 25th, 1954 to celebrate Maugham's 80th birthday.

     

    Stott A40d.

     

    From the Collection of Norman F. Moore.



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