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The tides of Barnegat. by  Francis Hopkinson Smith - First Edition - 1906 - from Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co., LLC (PRB&M)  and Biblio.com

The tides of Barnegat.

by Smith, Francis Hopkinson

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New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1906. 8vo. vi, [2], 422 pp.; 12 plts.

First edition, with twelve engraved plates by George Wright and a signed binding stamped "FBS" on the front cover (this is the A state binding, per BAL) — being the monogram of Frank Berkeley Smith, the author's son.
    Provenance: Book label of C.C. Gowran ("Handle me gently . . .").
    
    BAL 18242. Publisher's cloth, front cover and spine stamped in white and gilt; stamping and extremities showing just a touch of rubbing, otherwise clean and fresh. Front pastedown with booklabel as above. => A very pleasing copy.




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