Chicago: Herbert S. Stone and Company. 1901. First. First edition, first issue in binding "A". Pictorial blue cloth stamped in white. Spine slightly cocked a bit, bottom corners faded and bumped, else a very good copy with noted bibliophile and author Frederick W. Skiff's decorative bookplate on front pastedown. Skiff amassed one of the most important private libraries in the United States. Basis for the 1925 film featuring Norma Talmadge and Eugene O'Brien. Author's first book, the first of several in his Graustark series. BAL 13501, binding A. . (Inventory #: 407080)
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