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1 Daubney, Ulric THE ELEMENTAL: Tales of the Supernormal and the Inexplicable
Ashcroft, British Columbia: Ash-Tree Press, 2006. 1553100905 / 9781553100904 First edition, first printing: one of 500 copies produced. Hardcover. Fine, a new book, in chianti cloth with gilt spine stamping, red-on-red endpapers; in a fine, new, illustrated dust jacket, with artwork reproducing the original jacket art for the 1919 first edition. With an Introduction by Douglas A. Anderson. 
Daubney's only collection of supernatural tales; gathered here are all the stories from the 1919 first edition--including the only story anthologized in the modern era, "The Sumach"--plus "The Goblet"--originally seen in a 1919 issue of Premier Magazine. 
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