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Mark Twain's Autobiography [2-Vol. Set]

by Twain, Mark

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New York: Harper & Brothers Publishing, 1924. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Octavo; VG-/Hardcover; royal blue spine with gold text; volumes have moderate liquid marks on the spines; both boards have moderate marks; vol.1's board has weak hinges; text blocks are severely age-toned, vol.2 is minimally frayed at the fore edge, vol. 2 has an inscription and a stamp on front free end- papers, otherwise text block is clean; 368p. (Vol.1); 365p. (Vol.2). FP New Rockville Stock.


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