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MONSIEUR LECOG by . Emile GABORIAU - Paperback - First Printing - 1975 - from SCENE OF THE CRIME ® (SKU: 002608)

MONSIEUR LECOG

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MONSIEUR LECOG

by GABORIAU,. Emile

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  • fine
  • paperback
  • First
Condition
Fine/Fine Original Wraps
ISBN 10
0486225704
ISBN 13
9780486225708
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NY: Dover, 1975. FINE condition in FINE original blue pictorial paper wraps. NY. Dover. SOFTCOVER. 'This Dover esition, first published in 1975, is a republication of the work originally published by W R Caldwell & Company, New York, in 1908 as a two-volume set. The first volume, Monsieur Lecog, is here reprinted complete; pages 618-639 of the second volume, The Honor of the Name, are also renumbered 257-278.' AS NEW, square and tight, UNREAD, NO spine creasing. Edited and introduction by E F Bleiler. Cover design by Edmund V Gillon, Jr. Includes seven illustrations. Stored in Archival sleeve.. First Printing. Soft Cover. Fine/Fine Original Wraps. Trade.

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Bookseller
SCENE OF THE CRIME ® US (US)
Bookseller Inventory #
002608
Title
MONSIEUR LECOG
Author
GABORIAU,. Emile
Format/binding
Paperback
Book condition
Used - Fine
Jacket condition
Fine Original Wraps
Quantity available
1
Edition
First Printing
Binding
Paperback
ISBN 10
0486225704
ISBN 13
9780486225708
Publisher
Dover
Place of Publication
NY
Date published
1975
Keywords
NOISBN, Classic, SCENE OF THE CRIME
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AUTHOR G~H~I;

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