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We Are Betrayed [Limited Edition, Signed] by  Vardis FISHER - Signed First Edition - [1935] - from Lorne Bair Rare Books and

We Are Betrayed [Limited Edition, Signed]

by FISHER, Vardis

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Caldwell, ID: Caxton Printers, [1935]. First Edition. Hardcover. Limited to 75 copies of which this is no. 60. Octavo (19.75cm.); original black pictorial morocco embossed in gilt, top edge gilt; [8],369pp. Extremities a bit rubbed, leather rather dried, textblock lightly foxed throughout, else Very Good. Signed by the author on colophon. The third volume in the Vridar Hunter tetrology in which Hunter heads to graduate school in Chicago. HANNA 1234.


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