The Prisoner of Chillon. [Illuminated by W. & G. Audsley, Architects.]
by [Chromolithography. Audsley, W. and G., illustrators]. Byron, George Gordon, Lord
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- Michael R. Thompson, Booksellers, ABAA/ILAB (US)
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- The Prisoner of Chillon. [Illuminated by W. & G. Audsley, Architects.]
- [Chromolithography. Audsley, W. and G., illustrators]. Byron, George Gordon, Lord
- Original polychrome purple cloth decorated in gold, blue, and red. Expertly recased.
- Book condition
- First edition thus. The poem was originally published in 1816.
- Day and Son,
- Place of Publication
- [ London:
- Date Published
- 1865 ]
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