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This item sets the record as the most used-up book in the collection. Book is a euphemism. What is here is pages 7 through 156 of what seems identical with a book I have from perhaps 1920 published by Hurst and titled Aesop's Fables. The pages show water damage and are very brittle. The distinguishing mark of this book remains the page border signed T.G. It is repeated on every page. I mentioned of the Hurst edition that it is a typical example of what happens to a family's Aesop: it gets used (up). This item makes that demonstration even more dramatically!
Hurst and Company Publishers,