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Everybody's Pepys. The Diary of Samuel Pepys 1660-1669 by  Samuel (ed. O. F. Morshead) Pepys - Hardcover - 1927 - from Charles Parkhurst Rare Books, Inc. and

Everybody's Pepys. The Diary of Samuel Pepys 1660-1669

by Pepys, Samuel (ed. O. F. Morshead)

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London: G. Bell and Sons, 1927. Ernest H. Shepard. Magnificently bound in full tan leather by Sangorski and Sutcliffe, with custom felt-lined slipcase, for Marshall Fields. Octavo, 570 pages, all edges gilt. Marbled end papers, maps at rear. Fourth printing of this edition; a near fine copy, spine slightly age-toned.


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