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Lot 407
TOLKIEN (J.R.R.) The Silmarillion
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The Silmarillion, dust-jacket, FINE COPY, 1977; Farmer Giles of Ham, 1949, George Allen--GREENE (GRAHAM) Our Man in Havana, dust-jacket torn with loss, Heinemann, 1958--SILLITOE (ALAN) Saturday Night and Sunday Morning, dust-jacket chipped, W.H. Allen, 1958, FIRST EDITIONS, publishers' cloth, 8vo; and 15 others (19)
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