THE SIGN OF THE FOUR, AND A SCANDAL IN BOHEMIA. Arthur Conan Doyle.
THE SIGN OF THE FOUR, AND A SCANDAL IN BOHEMIA

THE SIGN OF THE FOUR, AND A SCANDAL IN BOHEMIA

Chicago: Geo. M. Hill, 1898. An attractive, early American edition of the second Sherlock Holmes novel, together with the first short story to feature Conan Doyle's most famous character. Not in Green & Gibson. Hubin, p.122; Barzun & Taylor 1143. Item #4751

Octavo (19.5cm); vertically-ribbed crimson cloth, with titling and decorative elements stamped in gilt and blind to spine and front cover; top edge gilt; title page printed in two colors; [4],5-235,[1]pp. Light wear to spine ends and extremities, previous owners last name neatly stamped at upper front and rear pastedowns, with a small white stain to rear cover; text is quite fresh, with hinges sound; Very Good+.

Price: $200.00

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