'Micah Clarke, His Statement' by A. Conan Doyle, Sherlock Holmes Author
This edition was published by Lovell, Coryell & Company in New York, circa 1896. This is an unauthorized or pirate edition of this book, as there were no copyright laws protecting British books from US publication at that time. There is no publication date in the book, but 1896 was the year of Lovell, Coryell's move to the Sixth Avenue address given in the book, and also the company's name was changed to Coryell & Co. in 1897.
The book has brown fabric-covered boards with gold lettering on the spine. It is in good condition, with some damage at the top and bottom of the spine. There are no cracks at the endpapers, but the sewn spine is cracked in one section. The interior pages are in good condition, with no tears or creases, although the page edges are soiled.
The book contains 405 numbered pages, and measures approximately 5 by 7-1/2 inches. The last few pages contains a list of other books (by James Barrie and Marie Corelli as well as Doyle) published by this firm. There is no dust jacket.
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