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About this Item: Robert M. Hard Cover. Condition: Poor. First Edition. Crime tales from London's Chinatown. True first printing in heavily soiled yellow boards and reglued spine - still, contents clean and binding crisp - would look great with a jacket!. More information about this seller Contact this seller 3. Published by The Readers Library, London. Maroon Embossed Clothhardcover. Copyright Edition. More information about this seller Contact this seller 4. Dust Jacket Included.
First Illustrated Edition with date on title page. Large octavo.
Mahlon Blaine dustjacket art and illustrations. Harsh and poetic stories of the poverty-stricken of London's Chinatown.
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Near Fine but for two small blindstamp addresses at endpapers in Very Good dustjacket, shallow chipping at spine ends, dime sized chip at top front panel. More information about this seller Contact this seller 5. Published by grant richards,. About this Item: grant richards, Hardcover. More information about this seller Contact this seller 6. About this Item: doran. More information about this seller Contact this seller 7. Published by Doran, NY About this Item: Doran, NY, First U. Good condition. Cloth covers show co nsiderable soiling. Spine is heavily darkened.
Last 15 page of text ha ve dog eared upper right corners else text is clean and tight. Solid r eading copy. More information about this seller Contact this seller 8. Published by Doran, New York About this Item: Doran, New York, Good, lacking the jacket. Orange buckram, toned at the edges and spine, with blue and red ink lettering and design on the spine and front board. Square, bound with some reading wear and a dark top stain, bookplate inside the front board, clean otherwise. A collection of eighteen stories centered on the Limehouse community in London's East End. One story in the original collection was adapted to film by D.
More information about this seller Contact this seller 9. First edition. Very Good - no dj; p. Seller Inventory 1. More information about this seller Contact this seller Published by NY: George H. Doran, Doran, , Very good in designer cloth. Probably second printing, ame format as first. Out of print.
Binding is Cloth Bds. Published by George H. Doran Company, New York From: b. About this Item: George H. Doran Company, New York, Condition: Very Good. Very good in orange boards with title and illustration on front cover. Doran Company, NY Doran Company, NY, Apparent First Editon. This delightful page book is Burke's sequel to his famous Limehouse Nights collection of Oriental mystery tales.
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Typical wear and soiling to orange boards. Slightly shaken. Bookplate on pastedown. Condition: Near Fine. Published by George Doran, New York Mild spine slant, light soiling to boards, some foxing of prelims; else clean and unmarked. Jacket has 1" section missing from front panel chipping at head of spine, light wear. Doran Co. Dust Jacket Condition: Fair.
Very good, orange cloth with blue and red illustration stamped on front, small bookplate on ffep, paper at front hinge starting to split but hinge is intact. Jacket is rubbed at edges, worn and chipped at spine ends and corner tips.
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Dust Jacket Condition: Good. First American Edition. Tawdry tales of this poverty-stricken district of London, featuring its Chinese denizens. First American edition first printing , with GHD colophon on copyright page. Text clean; pages. Mention it when you order, and we'll throw in a tenth printing of the author's earlier Limehouse Nights, no jacket. Seller Inventory s Doran New York Doran New York , Rogers dustjacket art. Burke's Hubin listed sequel to his famous Limehouse Nights collection of mystery tales.
Almost Near Fine, unfortunate rather large white bookplate at front endpaper, ownership name stamp at endpaper, in Very Good dustjacket, fairly shallow loss at spine ends and flap corners. Doran Company, . The front cover is darkened, small former owner's book label on front pastedown sheet, else a near fine, crisp copy in a bright pictorial dust jacket, which has several closed tears and two creases on the front cover, trivial wear at the top of the spine, and tape reinforcing on the verso.
Published by Grant Richards Limited, London Hardback copy in blue cloth boards with black lettering to front and spine, no dustjacket. Not library copy, no inscriptions. Period bookplate to front pastedown, some page foxing, small bookshop sticker to bottom of rear pastedown. New Folks' Home.
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