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JOYCE, James. Chamber Music. London: Gilbert & Rivington for Elkin Mathews, 1907.
8° (162 x 110mm). (Occasional very light spotting.) Original light green cloth [first variant binding with laid endpapers], the spine and upper board lettered in gilt (free endpapers a little browned, extremities very lightly rubbed, boards slightly bowed). Provenance: 'From F. Rhodes' (pencilled inscription on front free endpaper).
FIRST EDITION, IN FIRST BINDING. ONE OF 509 COPIES (cf. H. Gorman Joyce (London: 1941), p.191). Slocum and Cahoon Joyce A3.
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