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X v Rex

by Porlock, Martin [Macdonald, Philip]

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First Edition
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Leicester, United Kingdom
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$2,345.80
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London: Collins Crime Club, 1933. First Edition. Hard Cover. Dust Jacket. (London: Published for THE CRIME CLUB LTD. by W Collins Sons & Co Ltd 1933). First UK Edition. Publisher's orange boards with black lettering to the spine and front board. Boards exceptionally bright and clean. No fading whatsoever to the spine. Head and tail slightly pushed. A droplet to the front board. Still overall a lovely near fine copy. The first issue dustwrapper is un-priced (as this was an export copy sold into the British Commonwealth). The dustwrapper is in fine condition and is an outstanding example. This book turns up very occasionally but not in this condition. Photographs/scans available upon request.
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