RUDYARD KIPLING: autograph printer's copy of 'Just So stories', incl. 'The Tabu Tale', with autograph illustrations and initials; 1902. 'The Tabu Tale' was published in American editions, but not in British editions, until the joint Folio Society-Bri... 1902

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RUDYARD KIPLING: autograph printer's copy of 'Just So stories', incl. 'The Tabu Tale', with autograph illustrations and initials; 1902. 'The Tabu Tale' was published in American editions, but not in British editions, until the joint Folio Society-Bri..., 1902

RUDYARD KIPLING: autograph printer's copy of 'Just So stories', incl. 'The Tabu Tale', with autograph illustrations and initials; 1902. 'The Tabu Tale' was published in American editions, but not in British editions, until the joint Folio Society-Bri... 1902

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