Nicholas Nickleby; or, The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby is a comic novel by Charles Dickens. Originally published as a serial from 1838 to 1839, it was Dickens' third novel. The lengthy novel centres around the life and adventures of Nicholas Nickleby, a young man who must support his mother and sister after his father dies. His Uncle Ralph, who thinks Nicholas will never amount to anything, plays the role of an antagonist.
Available copies: Nicholas Nickleby By Dickens, Charles
Dickens, CharlesLondon. Chapman and Hall. 1839. First Edition. 8vo half morocco leather binding. 624pp. Teg. 39 plates by Phiz (first four with Chapman & Hall imprint). P 123 'visiter' for 'sister'; p 160 'latter' for 'letter'. Tightly bound but with 4 pp projecting from general alignment. Plates generally clean and foxing-free; 2 plates chipped but well rebacked. Some foxing to the text. Generally a nice copy: leather( not contemporary with the text: maybe 1900) in good condition;VG+ .
DICKENS, Charles [illustr. H.K. BROWNE, PHIZ]London: Chapman and Hall, 1839., 1839. First Edition, first issue. Octavo. Bound in contemporary half brown calf over marbled paper boards, with raised bands, blind tooling and red title label to spine; all edges marbled; brown end papers. With bookseller's ticket. Binding is rubbed, worn at corners and spine ends, joints starting, boards scratched. Fairly clean inside, though the plates are foxed. Bookseller's ticket, "Charles Thurnam, Binder, Circulating Library, Carlisle". The first of Dickens' romances, it is perhaps most famous for its extraordinary and memorable villains, Wackford Squeers and Ralph Nickleby.
- Published: 1839
DICKENS, CharlesLondon, Chapman and Hall. 1865, 1865. Scarce Yellowback edition, published during Dickens' lifetime. 8vo. 2 Volumes. Publisher's green paper covered boards. Clean and bright, spine panel of voilume I cracked at head of spine with centimetre square of loss. Hole to spine panel upper third volume I with some small loss. Minor abrasions and edgewear to both volumes. Internally clean, inner hinges strong and tight. Frontis. plate to both volumes. A fascinating survival.
- Published: 1865
Dickens, Charles1839. 630pp large octavo with engraved portrait frontispiece and other illustrations by Phiz. 3/4 black morocco and boards. Boards loose and slight wear to head of backstrip. ONLY FOR SALE HERE
Dickens, CharlesNew York: Caedmon Records. n.d. (First edition). Square quarto. 33 1/3 twelve inch long playing record in illustrated LP sleeve. As new and still sealed in original publisher's shrinkwrap. A mint copy of this scarce long playing recording (Caedmon TC 1702) of Roger Rees reading excerpts from author Charles Dickens' "Nicholas Nickleby" as excerpted and adapted by Dickens for his public readings. A wonderful recording. Rare in any condition, especially in this mint, as new condition.
DICKENS, Charles [illustr. H.K. BROWNE, PHIZ]London: Chapman and Hall, 1839., 1839. First Edition, later issue. 2 vols. Octavo. Bound in contemporary half green calf over marbled paper boards, with blind tooling and red title label to spine; all edges marbled; brown end papers. Binding is rubbed, worn at corners and spine ends, joints starting. Fairly clean inside, though the plates are foxed, and this occassionally bleeds through to surrounding leaves. The first of Dickens' romances, it is perhaps most famous for its extraordinary and memorable villains, Wackford Squeers and Ralph Nickleby.
- Published: 1839
Charles DickensPhiladelphia: David McKay, 1900. First Thus. Hardcover. Near Fine/No DJ. Philadelphia: David McKay, 1900. Near fine. Lovely copy, Christmas inscription from 1912. Book not dated by publisher, this the artist's edition in blue cloth with lovely gilt. Touch of wear to extremities only. Incredibly scarce title from this famous publisher.. First Thus. Hard Cover. Near Fine/No DJ.
- Published: 1900
- Condition: Near Fine
- Edition: First Thus
Dickens, CharlesChapman & Hall, Ltd.. Very Good with no dust jacket; Both Calf and Morrocco leather in . remarkably good condition -- with only light, attractive wear. Marbled . sides w/some rubbing toward middles. Internally, about FINE, with the . leaves uniformly toned and very light, and very sporadic toning. Light . brown topstain. 1848. early reprint (2nd ed.?). Hardcover. NICE 3/4 CALF LEATHER -- w/contrasting red MOROCCO spine label lettered in GILT. Spine w/raised bands and GILT detailing. Smooth marbled sides. ILLUSTRATED with a FRONTISPIECE from a Painting by T. WEBSTER; ENGRAVED by T. WEBSTER. ; 8vo; Leather .
- Published: 1848
- Condition: Very Good with no dust jacket; Both Calf and Morrocco leather in remarkably good condition -- with only light, attractive wear
- Edition: early reprint (2nd ed.?)
Charles DickensChapman and Hall, London, No date. Early Edition. Hardcover (Three-Quarter Leather). Near Fine Condition. Illustrator: H. K. Browne & R. Cattermole. Although no edition is stated, they from around late 1880-1900. The books are finely and beautifully bound by Zaehnsdorf for A. C. McClure (signed binding) in navy blue polished calf over marbled boards with matching endpapers. The books are in Near Fine condition with no marks or writing (see pictures). and are illustrated with full-page plates. Elaborate gilt decorations on the spine, with two red spine labels. Size: 9" x 6". 506/501 pages. 2-volume set (complete). Illustrator: H. K. Browne & R. Cattermole. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilogram. Category: Fine Leather Bindings; Literature; Inventory No: 004232. .
- Published: No date
- Condition: Near Fine Condition
- Edition: Early Edition
Dickens, CharlesNonesuch, Bloomsbury, 1938. 1st Edition thus. Hardcover (Original Cloth). Very Good Condition. Blue cloth with black leather spine title. Ltd to 877 copies 835 pages. Top edge gilt - bright, rich condition. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Literature & Literary; Inventory No: 21063. .
- Published: 1938
- Condition: Very Good Condition
- Edition: 1st Edition thus
Dickens, CharlesNorwalk, Connecticut: Easton Press. 1968. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. Fine, Leather Bound, Accented in 22kt gold. Printed on archival paper with gilded edges. The endsheets are of moire fabric with a silk ribbon page marker. Smyth sewing and concealed muslin joints. This book is in full leather with hubbed spines. A pristine volume.; Easton Press Collector's Library of Famous Editions; 8vo 8" - 9" tall .
- Published: 1968
- Edition: First Edition; First Printing
DICKENS, Charles [illustr. H.K. BROWNE]London: Chapman and Hall, 1839., 1839. Octavo. Bound in red morocco, blind panelling to boards with gilt corner motifs, front board further decorated with central gilt motif; with raised bands and gilt titles to spine; all edges gilt, gilt dentelles, marbled endpapers. With numerous plates by Phiz. Binding is slightly rubbed to spine ends. Internally clean with only very minor isolated spotting. A finely bound copy of perhaps Dickens' most popular novel.
- Published: 1839
Dickens, CharlesLondon: Chapman and Hall. 1929. Limited Edition. Hardcover. Edition limited to 150 copies for Great Britain and 150 copies for America. In 2 volumes. 556pp, 548pp. Purple half-leather over marbled boards, spines elaborately ornated in gold, top edges gilt, marbled endpapers. Light wear to leather along the spines and corner tips, a few small smudges to some of the pages; volume two has some faint spots to covers. Overall, a very good set. Illustrations by Phiz.; Octavo .
- Published: 1929
- Edition: Limited Edition
Dickens, CharlesNew York: W. A. Townsend and Company, 1861. Early Edition. Hardcover. Very good. 4 volumes. 12mo. The Household Edition of the Works of Charles Dickens. Illustrated from drawings by F. O. C. Darley and John Gilbert. Publisher's green cloth, gilt titles and gilt monogram entwining "BOZ"' with "C.D." on the upper boards. Cloth spotted and lightly sunned, with light wear at the edges, else a very good set.
- Published: 1861
- Condition: Very good
- Edition: Early Edition
DICKENS, CharlesLondon: Chapman and Hall,, [ c. 1870]. With illustrations by Phiz. Octavo (213 × 134 mm). Contemporary half tan calf, burgundy morocco labels, elaborate decoration to spine gilt in compartments separated by raised bands, green boards, marbled endpapers and edges. With black and white illustrations. Some offsetting and foxing to title page, mild spotting to a few leaves, spine a little rubbed, an excellent copy. A handsomely bound copy of Nicholas Nickleby which was first published in 1839.
- Published: [ c. 1870]
Charles Dickens()Everyman's Liary. hardcover. New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Hardcover Pages Number: 848 Language: in English. Publisher: Everyman s. Liary Book Description Dicken the s third novel. published in 1839. is a illiant and to vivid for melodrama of honest youth triumphing over vice and injustice. Bursting with energy and populated by a whole world of inimitable and memorable characters - including especially the theatrical troupe with whom Nicholas performs - the book is both a griping story and a series of magnificent scenes. It is also indignant protest ... Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back.
- Condition: New
- ISBN: 9781857151596
Charles DickensHeinemann, 1991-04-16. Paperback. New. Buy with confidence. Excellent Customer Service & Return policy. Ships Fast. Expedite Shipping Available.
- Published: 1991-04-16
- Condition: New
- ISBN: 9780749307578
DICKENS, CharlesLondon: Chapman and Hall,, [c.1870]. Quarto (250 x 185 mm). Bound by Lewis and Sons in contemporary brown half calf, marbled sides, black morocco spine label, raised bands, gilt to compartments, marbled endpapers and edges. Black and white illustrations by F. Barnard. Corners lightly bumped, fore-edge with rubbing to boards, a very good copy. An attractively bound copy of Nicholas Nickleby first published in 1839.
- Published: [c.1870]
DICKENS, Charles (1812-1870)London: Chapman and Hall n.d. (circa 1870s), 1870. Thick medium octavo, pps.(xvi); 624. Illustrated with 39 engraved plates and engraved title. Bound by (or for) Griffin and Co of Portsea (Portsmouth), which was the birth town of Dickens. Contemporary half dark green calf, titled and decorated in gilt to the spine with twin red title labels, marbled boards, edges and endpapers. With a decorative 'rope' stamp to first blank and title margin, a little expected spotting otherwise internally clean. The binding has some acceptable bumping and is generally sound. A tall and presentable nineteenth century copy in the same format as the first edition (the pagination and plates are the same).
- Published: 1870
Jung, C. GTrotta Editorial S a. PAPERBACK. 8481645125 . New. 2010.
- Published: 2010
- Condition: New
- ISBN: 9788481645125