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RECENT ARRIVALS in Vintage~Poetry From Crestview Books


The Poetical Works of Thomas Moore

By Charles Kent

London: George Routledge and Sons, 1885. Hard Cover. Collectible: Acceptable. Hardcover. Red cloth spine with gold gilt. Gilded page blocks. Boards are completely detached. I am not sure if the boards are original but they appear to be so because of the backstrip remnants that are attached. The boards are made of wood with a winter bird scene pasted onto the front board. Text is clean, unmarked. (Shelf location: B1)


Poems by John Hay

By John Hay

Houghton Mifflin, 1899. Hard Cover. Fair. Hardcover. Heavy wear. Boards loose but still attached. No jacket. Text is unmarked. (Shelf location: B1)


The Poetical Works of Lord Byron With Explanatory Notes and a Life of the Author

By Moore, Thomas

Johnson, Fry & Company, 1867. Hard Cover. Fair. Older hardback. Some foxing and moderate wear to black leather boards. Interior foxing primarily on the front few pages. A few stray pencil marks. (Shelf location: V5)


Poems of Oliver Wendell Holmes

By Holmes, Oliver Wendell

A. L. Burt Company, 1900. Hard Cover. Fair. Title is NOT: "The Early Poems of Oliver Wendell Holmes", it is simply "Poems of Oliver Wendell Holmes" Hardcover. Ex-library with identifiers. Moderate wear. Text is unmarked. No jacket. (Shelf location: H1)


The Vagabonds, and Other Poems

By Trowbridge, John Townsend

Boston: Fields, Osgood & Co, 1869. Hard Cover. Fair. Hardcover. Heavy corner wear. Boards loose. Lots of writing on front endpages. Table of contents and first 16 pages are loose and have some pencil markings. Pencil markings on last poem. Otherwise text is unmarked. (Shelf location: BI1)


The World's Best Poetry in Five Volumes

By Carman, Bliss

New York: Bigelow, Smith & Co, 1904. Cloth. Fair/No Jacket. Four books of a five volume set namely: Volume 1: Home, Friendship and Love; Volume 2: Sorrow and Consolation, The Higher Life; Volume 4: Descriptive, National Spirit; Volume 5: Tragedy, Humor and Quotations. Edition Deluxe marked set 348 of 1,000. Extremely heavy wear. Stained and soiled cloth boards. Text is unmarked. (Shelf location: BI3)


Childe Harold's Pilgrimage: A Romaunt

By Byron, Lord

Geo. S. Appleton,, 1847. Hard Cover. Collectible: Acceptable. Nice vintage hardcover. No jacket. Moderate wear to boards. Spine faded but sill readable. Owner's names inside front board and on preface page. Pages have foxing. Text is tight. (Shelf location: H1)