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THE LONG GRAY LINE [SIGNED FIRST EDITION]

by Atkinson, Rick

Condition: Fine


Norwalk, Connecticut: The Easton Press, 1989. SIGNED FIRST EDITION. Bound in luxurious full genuine leather with elaborate gold embossed decorations and gilt page edges. Raised spine bands in the traditional method of fine bookbinding. With lustrous silk moire fabric endpapers and bound-in satin ribbon page marker. Printed on fine archival acid-free paper. Blank Easton Press bookplate loosely laid in. Bright and fine. [Search our listings for other fine leather-bound volumes from the Easton Press and Franklin Library] . SIGNED. First Edition. Full-Leather. Fine.


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