Published: London; William Heinemann, 1933. Condition: Good (please see full item description for details). Description: Number 147 of a limited edition of 175 copies, signed by Maugham on the limitation page. Bound in publisher's brown buckram with black cloth spine label; housed in black cardboard slipcase, which has tape reinforcements at the joints. Spine significantly tonred, minor staining to front board, text with scattered foxing throughout.
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