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Novels of the Sisters Bronte. 12 volume set. Thornton Edition by  Temple [Editor] Bronte Sisters; Scott - Hardcover - 1924-01-01 - from The Book House in Dinkytown (SKU: 269207)

Novels of the Sisters Bronte. 12 volume set. Thornton Edition

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Novels of the Sisters Bronte. 12 volume set. Thornton Edition

by Bronte Sisters; Scott, Temple [Editor]

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  • hardcover
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Edinburgh: John Grant, 1924-01-01. Hardcover. Very Good/Good+. Complete issue in 12 volumes, with dust jackets. John Grant, 1924; no additional printings indicated; Thornton Edition, edited by Temple Scott; black and white photo plates in each volume. All volumes bound in green cloth boards with gilt titles on spine; thick, rough cut/deckled pages; green top-stain on all volumes. All volumes bear the same bookseller tag fixed to front paste-down (Henry B. Saxton, Bookseller and Stationer, King St., Nottingham). Bindings are tight and sturdy; text/illustrations very good throughout each volume; very minor wear at corners, else exterior cloth in very good condition, gilt titling on spines remains bright and bold; some very minor fading to green top-stain. Dust jackets in VG-/G+ condition, showing minor age-toning on spines, light fraying at spine ends; spine titling on jackets remains bold; all jackets arrive wrapped in protective (and removable) mylar wrappers. From a private collection (NOT ex-library). Due to the size/weight of this book extra charges may apply for international shipping. Ships from Dinkytown in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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Bookseller
The Book House in Dinkytown US (US)
Bookseller's Inventory #
269207
Title
Novels of the Sisters Bronte. 12 volume set. Thornton Edition
Author
Bronte Sisters; Scott, Temple [Editor]
Format/binding
Hardcover
Book condition
Used - Very Good
Jacket condition
Good+
Quantity-available
1
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
John Grant
Place of Publication
Edinburgh
Date Published
1924-01-01
Keywords
LITERA CMPLT str900|start1100|1.2022.900
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