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    William Ashley Anderson. Yellow Flood. London: Arthur Barker, Ltd., [no date but 1933]. Presumed first UK edition. Octavo. 317 pp. Publisher's yellow cloth with black-stamped spine; original illustrated dust jacket. Minor edgewear, spine unevenly toned, top edge of boards toned. Endpapers with minor foxing. Internally generally clean, minor intermittent foxing chiefly contained to edges, bottom edge untrimmed, other edges trimmed, top edge darkened. Dust jacket (price 3/6 net on spine) with minor edgewear, spine panel sunned, minor soiling on back panel. Very good book with very good dust jacket. No other copies of this edition listed on ViaLibri or Rare Book Hub.

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