Lot 273 of 377:
A June Romance, Norman Gale's first novel  

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A June Romance

Gale, Norman


George E. Over



107 pages. 12mo, original plain wrappers, untrimmed. First Edition.

Gale’s second book and first novel, privately printed (as were many of his earlier works) in a small edition. A contemporary note in ink on the front wrapper states there were 80 copies printed. The NUC notes a large paper issued limited to 23 copies. Herbert S. Stone issued a trade edition of it 1899, a copy of which is included with this first edition. 

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Wrappers chipped and beginning to split at the spine; very good.

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