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    Jules Verne. Hector Servadac. New York: 1878. First U. S. edition.

    More Information: Jules Verne. Hector Servadac. New York: Scribner, Armstrong & Co., 1878. First American edition. Octavo. x, 370, [2] pages. Frontispiece and ninety-six additional plates. Publisher's full red cloth, front and spine decorated in gilt and black, rear with blind-stamped ruled border; all edges trimmed. Spine skewed; fairly mild shelf wear to binding; spine ends pushed and just about to start fraying; light rubbing to cloth, particularly at joints; some light surface soiling and insect damage to rear board. Normal mild age toning to edges and interior of text block; some spot-staining. Some faint, marginal soiling scattered throughout. About near fine. From the Glynn and Suzanne Crain Collection.

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