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PORTRAITS OF PLACES by  Henry James - First Edition - 1884 - from Sumner & Stillman and


by James, Henry

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1884. Boston: James R. Osgood and Company, 1884. Original chocolate brown cloth. First American Edition, which consisted of 1500 copies printed from the plates of Macmillan's London edition, issued a month earlier. The "places" portrayed are on the Continent, in England and in North America. This copy is in chocolate brown cloth (one of five colors used, without priority), with the JRO monogram at the foot of the spine. A remarkably fine, bright copy, with publisher's leaf of ads (including this title) loosely inserted). Supino 21.5.0; Edel & Laurence A21b.


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