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Boston: Francis A. Niccolls & Co., 1899. First FAN Edition. Hardcover. Fine. Octavo. Adrian Marcel Etchings. LIMITED TO 100 NUMBERED COPIES of which this is number 17. Tissue interleavings to the fine etchings. A tight, clean, unmarked copy in gleaming gilt, with only a little rubbing to the corners and very light fading to spine color. Extremely scarce Sue title in any edition.
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- Bibliodisia Books (US)
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- Pride: One of the Seven Cardinal Sins. Two Volumes, Complete.
- Sue, Eugene
- Adrian Marcel Etchings
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- Used - Fine
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- First FAN Edition
- Francis A. Niccolls & Co.
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