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Mark Twain's Autobiography; With An Introduction By Albert Bigelow Paine In Two Volumes by  Mark Twain - Hardcover - Later printing - 1924 - from Austin's Antiquarian Books and

Mark Twain's Autobiography; With An Introduction By Albert Bigelow Paine In Two Volumes

by Twain, Mark

Condition: Very good

New York: Harper & Brothers, 1924. Later printing. Hardcover. Very good. Two Volumes; Octavo; pp. I; xvi, (2), 3- 368, index; II; (viii), 365, (ii), index, ads; frontispiece portraits in each volume; blue cloth, gilt decoration and spine lettering, top edges gilt; Very Good, minor edge wear. BAL-3537. This copy printed one month after the first printing. A nice clean tight set.
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