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The Wandering Jew

by Eugene Sue

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E Winchester, New World Press,. NY, 1844, 1st Ed, Very Good-, 8vo, black cloth boards with a decorative embossed pattern, leather spine with gold lettering and decoration, corners and fore-edges rubbed, hinges and binding are tight, marbled endpapers, printed in two columns per page, page 91 has a 1" chip torn out of the side edge, the piece is pinned in, translated from the French by Henry William Herbert, 698 pages (#g196).


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