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New York: William Edwin Rudge, 1924; royal octavo, 260 pp; cloth spine over paper covered boards, top edge gilt, deckle edges, tight binding, solid text block; text is unmarked; light smudge on front and rear board; small areas of light discoloration on paste downs which is mirrored on opposing eps; ffep has some incompletely erased pencil markings; two light colored stained areas at upper part of title page.. Hard Cover. Very Good.
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- One Thing and Another: A Book of Essays
- Moore, Charles Forrest
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- Used - Very Good
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- "Cloth-bound" generally refers to a hardcover book with cloth covering the outside of the book covers. The cloth is stretched...[more]
- top edge gilt
- Top edge gilt refers to the practice of applying gold or a gold-like finish to the top of the text block (the edges the...[more]
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- The collective of the top, fore and bottom edges of the text block of the book, being that part of the edges of the pages of a...[more]
- Another of the terms referring to page or book size, octavo refers to a standard printer's sheet folded four times, producing...[more]
- title page
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- A common abbreviation for Front Free EndPaper. Generally, it is the first page of a book and is part of a single sheet that...[more]
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