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Legion (SIGNED) by  William Peter Blatty - Signed First Edition - 1983 - from Steven Streufert, Bookseller/Bigfoot Books and Biblio.co.uk

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Legion (SIGNED)

by Blatty, William Peter

Condition: Good+/No Jacket


New York: Simon & Schuster, 1983. SIGNED by the author (verified by comparison to other copies) on the title page. Basically Very Good but for a small area of dew effect stain to upper spine area of page edge, with mild ripple in that limited area of about an inch by an inch. The front free endpaper has a prev. owner embossed stamp, and also a tiny smudge (quarter inch at largest) of something (like a food drop) that also contacted the other side of the enpaper. Else the book shows quite minor wear and appears as Very Good.. Signed. SIGNED, First Edition. Hard Cover. Good+/No Jacket. Octavo.


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