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Little Mr. Thimblefinger by  Joel Chandler Harris - First Thus - 1922 - from E Ridge fine Books and

Little Mr. Thimblefinger

by Harris, Joel Chandler

Condition: Good

New York: Mckinlay, Stone & Mackenzie. Good. 1922. First Thus. Hardcover. Maroon red blind stamped cover with gilt spine lettering and decoration. Booklovers Edition. Decorative endpages. 230 pages. Illustrated by Oliver Herford including frontispiece. Split gutter on title page, remains snugly bound. Former owners Chinese Chop on lower ffep. Bumped corners else a clean tight copy. ; 8vo .


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