The Man In The Iron Mask
This very aged and antique printing of The Man In The Iron Mask by Alexander Dumas is over 120 years old and therefor very fragile.
Based on the publisher of this book and their address at the time of printing, this is likely from 1899 or sometime in the mid-late 1890s. This book is very old and the paper is beginning to fall apart. The binding is also loose. All the pages appear to be there, but this is not a book you can easily sit down and read. It's just far too fragile. If you are a fan of Alexander Dumas and this classic story, than this would be a great copy to leave safely displayed on a shelf. I am personally not a fan of books that are only used for display and you can't simply read them. I know that is the price of books that are well over 120 years old, but because of the fragility of this book, I am putting it on sale. Just understand that if you opened this book on a windy day, the pages could turn to dust and blow away.
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