William Hope Hodgson. Carnacki The Ghost-Fin...
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DescriptionWilliam Hope Hodgson. Carnacki The Ghost-Finder. London: Eveleigh Nash, 1913. First edition. Octavo. 287, [1, publisher's ad], 16 (publisher's catalog) pages. Publisher's red cloth stamped in gilt and blind. Cocked, corners just bumped, minor edgewear, spine sunned, head and foot of spine pushed, somewhat rubbed and worn. Cream endpapers; minor foxing, penciled bookseller notations to front free endpaper recto. Internally clean and tight, top edge trimmed, other edges rough trimmed; minor foxing and soiling, a few pages creased at the corners, text block edges toned with minor wear and soiling. Very good.
Queen's Quorum 53. Barron, Horror, 3-89; Bleiler (1978), 101; Bleiler, Supernatural, 819; Currey, page 242. From the Gary Munson Collection
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