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La Dame aux Camelias

by Dumas, Alexandre [Author]; Bray, Barbara [Translator]

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London: The Folio Society, 1975. Text in English; Octavo; G+/no-DJ; Lavender spine with gilded text; Book is in slipcase, slipcase has a few scuffs and light edge wear, color is faded around edges. Boards strong, spine sunned, bottom corners lightly frayed, front bottom corner bumped, binding strong; Textblock: half title page is detached from textblock, interior clean; 219 pp. Rockville.


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