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Leptraps at Leptraps at
Mon Jan 8 07:01:58 EST 2001

I was given a 1906 edition of The Moth Book when I was 13 years old. It was
like new. (Not the case now, it looks like a 1906 book) The plates are still
very clear and bright. I came across another 1906 copy in a book store in
Tupelo, Mississippi in 1996. It was like new as well, and a bargain at
$25.00. The plates are excellent.
I have two copies of the Dover edition, compared to the plates in the 1906
edition, they (Dover) look almost blurred.
I do not know if there is any truth, nor do I wish to start a rumor, but many
years ago, I heard that there were 28 addition plates that were never
included in the original printing. Has anyone else know of this or is it just
a rumor.
Leroy C. Koehn
202 Redding Road
Georgetown, KY  40324
Tele.: 502-50\70-9123
Cell: 502-803-5422
E-mail: Leptraps at
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