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N Y, N Y: Limited Editions Club. Very Good+ in Good dust jacket. 1973. 1st Thus. Hardcover. Color Illustrations; 4to 11" - 13" tall; xiv, 375,  pages; Slight foxing to spine, rear cover, and eps, two-tone slip case with interesting velour-like interior. #1560 of 2000 signed by illustrator Charles Raymond. With uncommon original glassine dust jacket in good only condition with moderate chipping and darkened spine. Ivory laid paper. 8 full page color plates and a number of b/w illustrations not full page. ; Signed by Artist .
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- poor mans books (US)
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- TALES OF EAST AND WEST
- Rudyard Kipling
- Charles Raymond,
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- Used - Very Good+ in Good dust jacket
- 1st Thus
- Limited Editions Club
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- N Y, N Y
- Date published
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- Signed 1st Edition;
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