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The Bottom of the Harbour

by MITCHELL, Joseph

Condition: VG++/VG++

London: Chatto & Windus, 1961. Bound in blue cloth, stamped in gold. Offsetting to endpapers. Tear on front panel neatly repaired w/archival tape to verso. Remainder mark to copyright page. Overall, a bright clean first British edition in a dustwrapper that has held up amazingly well. The first book to contain the notable story "Up in the Old Hotel".. First British Edition. Hard Cover. VG++/VG++.


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