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    W. Somerset Maugham. The Razor's Edge. Garden City: 1944. First edition, limited to 750 copies and signed.

    More Information: W. Somerset Maugham. The Razor's Edge. Garden City, New York: Doubleday Doran, 1944. First edition, limited issue, limited to 750 copies, of which this is number 611, and signed by the author. Octavo (8.5 x 5.5 inches; 210 x 140 mm.). [vi], 343, [3, blank] pages. Publisher's red cloth, author's device stamped in blind on the front board, spine tooled in gilt with gilt-lettered black label; top edge gilt. Backstrip faintly dulled; boards gently rubbed with just touches of edgewear to extremities. One gathering slightly sprung, with resulting creasing. Still, near fine.

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    March, 2018
    7th Wednesday
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