I have noticed that all sets of Toole Stott that I have seen have the first volume signed, but not the second. Is there a reason for this? Perhaps it is just a coincidence in the sets that I have viewed, or perhaps he passed away before the second volume was published. Alternatively, he may just have decided not to sign the second volumes.
Thanks in advance.
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