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STORIES AND LEGENDS by  Leo - Illustrated by Alexander Alexeieff Tolstoy - First Edition in this Format - from Evolving Lens Bookseller and


by Tolstoy, Leo - Illustrated by Alexander Alexeieff

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New York: Pantheon Books Inc.. First Edition in this Format. Hardcover. Book condition is Very Good, bound in 1/4 cloth with decorations on front and rear boards. Edgewear to boards, including bumps and chips. Light staining at spine. Slight rubbing to boards. Previous owner sticker on rear pastedown. Text is clean and unmarked. No date. Illustrated with full color plates. Frontispiece portrait of Tolstoy. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall .


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