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Sir Gibbie by Mac Donald, George - 1879

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Sir Gibbie by Mac Donald, George - 1879

Sir Gibbie

by Mac Donald, George

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Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott, 1879. Hardcover. Good +. Dark green cloth-covered boards are worn with some tiny splits at top and bottom spine edges. Front corner tips and part of bottom rear board are worn through the cloth, and and corner tips are bumped. Gilt lettering on spine still has a bit of shine. Hinges are soft and paper is beginning to split between rear board and rear free endpaper. Previous owner's name stamp is on a free front endpaper. Foxing especially to first and last several pages. No other markings inside. 210 pages. A list of other novels by Lippincott are listed at the end of the book.

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  • Date Published 1879

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The Writings of Nancy Maria Hyde of Norwich, Conn. Connected with a Sketch of her Life

The Writings of Nancy Maria Hyde of Norwich, Conn. Connected with a Sketch of her Life

by Hyde, Nancy Maria, 1792-1816. / Sigourney, L. H. (Lydia Howard), 1791-1865

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Norwich [CT]: Printed by Russell Hubbard, 1816. Hard Cover. 252 pages; 19.7 cm. Edited by Mrs. Lydia Sigourney. Shaw & Shoemaker 37903; BAL 17616. Bound in contemporary printed boards with new spine. This copy is untrimmed. It was "restored" by a public library, which taped the spine and varnished the boards. Dragonfly Bindery, George & Pat Sargent, has brought it back to something approaching orriginal condition but with darkened boards. Stock#OB536.
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A Winter in London; or, Sketches of Fashion; a Novel
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A Winter in London; or, Sketches of Fashion; a Novel

by Surr, Thomas Skinner (1770-1847)

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London: Richard Phillips, 1806. Hardcover. Very Good. Eighth edition, octavo, three volumes; vii, [i], 272, 276, 264pp. In contemporary half calf over marbled boards (a little rubbed at extrermities), spine divided into five compartments by gilt rolls, gilt lettered red leather title and volume number labels in second and third compartments respectively, remaining compartments gilt. Early ink ownership name to volume 1 front free endpaper, volume 1 title-page 'Sketches of Fashion' obliterated by neat early ink hatching, sporadic light staining and soiling. Attractive early example of Surr's most popular work, said to have (literally) mortified Georgiana Cavendish upon learning that she was the inspiration for the character of a desperate gambler in the novel.
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Narrative of the second Arctic expedition made by Charles F. Hall: his voyage to Repulse Bay,...
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Narrative of the second Arctic expedition made by Charles F. Hall: his voyage to Repulse Bay, sledge journeys to the Straits of Fury and Hecla and to King William's land, and residence among the Eskimos, during the years 1864-'69

by NOURSE, Joseph Everett

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1879 1ed Arctic Expedition Hall Nourse Franklin Voyage Eskimo Illustrated MAP

'Narrative of the Second Arctic Expedition made by Charles F. Hall' is a detailed and valuable account of his life among the Eskimos in the Arctic during his second expedition, when Hall explored the northern coast from the Melville Peninsula to King William Island, gathering information about John Franklin's men and relics of the expedition. The book includes accounts of the sledge journeys to Igloolik, along the east side of Melville Peninsula to Fury and Hecla Strait, around and across Repulse Bay, two journeys to King William Island, information on flora and fauna, and much more.

Included are 96 fascinating engravings throughout, one of which is a massive folding map of the North Pole Region (~33in X 26in).

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NOURSE, Joseph Everett
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Fac-simile of Black letter prayer-book [i.e. that of 1636] containing manuscript alterations and...
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Fac-simile of Black letter prayer-book [i.e. that of 1636] containing manuscript alterations and additions made in the 1661, "out of which was fairly written" the Book of Common Prayer

by Church of England

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1871 1ed HUGE Black Letter Anglican Bible Common Prayer 1636 John Bill England

Aside from the Bible, the Book of Common Prayer is one of the most widely read liturgical texts in Western Christianity. It has been issued countless times since the 17th-century including this impressive 1871 edition. This particular printing, entitled 'The Black-Letter Prayer-Book' is a facsimile edition of the 1636 John Bill 'Booke of Common Prayer'.
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Fac-simile of Black letter prayer-book [i.e. that of 1636] containing manuscript alterations and additions made in the 1661, "out of which was fairly written" the Book of Common Prayer
London: Longmans and Co., 1871. First edition.

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[12], 513, [1]
· Provenance: Armorial Bookplate – John Allan Rolls
o John Allan Rolls, 1st Baron Llangattock (19 February 1837 – 24 September 1912) was a Victorian landowner, Conservative Party politician, socialite,… Read More
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[sheet music]
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[sheet music]

by various

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1850 Classical Piano Music Military Marches British & French Henri Herz London
A rare mid-19th-century collection of British piano music written by numerous composers. This enormous anthology contains nearly 30 pieces of music most of which are military marches, and while most of the composers are not iconic names, this work does contain the music of Henri Herz, a French composer who was known for his world piano performing tours.
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[sheet music]
London: ca. 1850

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· Collation: Complete with all pages
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· Language: English
· Binding: Leather; tight and secure
· Size: ~14in X 10.75in (35.5cm x 27cm)
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Reineke Fuchs
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Reineke Fuchs

by Goethe, Johann von

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The book pictured is the copy being sold. The shocking absence of the binding boards may give the buyer opportunities that a buyer of this book with the original binding would not have. The book itself is in very good condition; the text is tight, gold gilt edges on the top, side, and bottom glitter. There is damage to the front flyleaf, but by the half-title page that fraying damage ends and is minor. There is light tanning of the paper at the edges. All the engraving have intact onion skin protection.Given the absence of any binding, this copy may be have more value by extracting its 36 engraving and the other prints. I hope that someone might be willing to rebind this book; giving you the opportunity to blend your style preference and the original 19th ornate style.This of course is a beautifully printed book, 257 pages.As this book weighs nearly 5.5 lbs., this book might require additional postage for expedited, international, or combined orders.
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The Tor Hill
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The Tor Hill

by Smith, Horace (1779-1849)

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London: Henry Colburn, 1826. 1st Edition . Half leather. Very Good. First edition, octavo, three volumes; 310, 350, 326pp. In contemporary red straight-grain half morocco over marbled boards (very lightly worn, spines faded), four raised spine bands between double gilt fillets, gilt titles and volume numbers to second and fourth compartments respectively. Early heraldic ownership label to front pastedowns and ink ownership name to title-pages, without half-titles, unobtrusive very light foxing to opening and closing leaves of each volume. A very attractive copy of this historical novel by Shelley's friend and financial advisor, Horace Smith, poet, novelist and stockbroker. Sadleir 328-9.
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Voyages of the Dutch brig of war Dourga through the Southern and little-known parts of the...
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1840 1st ed Voyages of Dourga Dutch Australia Molucca South Pacific MAPS English
The 'Voyages of the Dutch brig of war "Dourga"' is an important source regarding the exploration of the South Pacific Islands. After the establishment of a British outpost on Melville Island and its subsequent massacre by the natives, the Dutch man of war the "Dourga" was dispatched to re-assert government authority on the island.

Kolff wrote of explorations made in the Molucca and Java Seas to Timor, the Serawatti Islands, Lakor Island, the Arru Islands, the Tanimbar Islands, and New Guinea. The first edition, in Dutch, was published in 1828. Although written with the expected reservations of a Dutch naval officer, Kolff's account nonetheless describes indigenous island cultures of the Moluccas in some detail, recording lifeworld's now long since passed.

This rare 1840 first English edition of Kolff's book includes an engraved map frontispiece 'The Adafura Sea' by George Windsor Earl and a folding engraved map 'The… Read More
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[works]
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[works]

by SCOTT, Walter

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1822 1st eds SCOTTISH Sir Walter Scott Saint Ronan's Well Peveril of Peak 7v SET

Sir Walter Scott was a Scottish historical novelist, playwright and poet. Many of his works remain classics of both English-language literature and of Scottish literature. These volumes are the true first Scottish edition of Scott's famous books 'St. Ronan's Well' and 'Peveril of the Peak.'
Scott's novel, Peveril of the Peak tracks the events of the Popish Plot of 1678, in which Jesuits were accused of planning the assassination of King Charles II in order to make his Roman Catholic brother, the Duke of York, King. Set during the time of the pretended Popish Plot (1678).
"The author draws elaborate portraits of Charles II and Buckingham, and gives glimpses of such historical characters as Titus Oates, Colonel Blood (the impudent revolutionary who tried to steal the crown jewels from the Tower), and Sir Geoffrey Hudson (Henritta Maria's dwarf)." (Oxford Companion to English Literature)
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Travel in the West. Cuba : with notices of Porto Rico, and the slave trade
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Travel in the West. Cuba : with notices of Porto Rico, and the slave trade

by TURNBULL, David

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1840 1ed SLAVERY in CUBA Travels Abolitionist Turnbull Tobacco Sugar Coffee MAP
David Turnbull was a 19th-century abolitionist who is best-remembered for his anti-slavery voyage to Cuba in 1838. While in Cuba, where slavery was still legal, Turnbull was blamed for creating unrest and slave revolts which resulted in his being expelled from Cuba. His experiences spurred him to write his book 'Travels in the West' in which he denounces slavery in Cuba and discussed the 'controversies' he created in the Caribbean slave movement.
Turnbull also describes tobacco, coffee, and sugar plantations and the reliance on slave labor in the commerce and trade markets.
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TURNBULL, David
Travel in the West. Cuba : with notices of Porto Rico, and the slave trade
London : Longman, Orme, Brown, Green and Longmans, 1840. First edition.

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Sir Gibbie

by Mac Donald, George

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Philadelphia: David McKay, Publisher 407 numbered pp; HB. Pages: clean, bright, tight, t.e.g., engraved frontis w/ tissue guard; PO info inked in period script ffep, front hinge sprung, and first few pp loose but hanging in there, back hinge cracked but intact. Cover: green silk, reverse floral artwork to black block + gilt titles front/spine; moderate edge/shelfwear, spine and a portion of front tanned, lt soil, front board wiggly. Classic period fiction.
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Sir Gibbie

Sir Gibbie

by George Mac Donald

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Hurst and Blackett, 1111. Hardcover. Good. New edition. 390 pages. No dust jacket. Green cloth covered boards with gilt. Pages with some foxing and tanning, particularly to endpapers and textblock edges. Some cracking to gutters with exposed netting. Binding loose. A previous owner's name to front free endpaper. Boards have heavy shelf wear with bumping and fraying to corners and crushing, fraying and tearing to spine ends and edges. All surfaces heavily tanned, particularly spine. Gilt lettering to spine is dulled but remains brighter on front. Gilt lettering is slightly dulled.
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Sir Gibbie (Classic Reprint)
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Sir Gibbie (Classic Reprint)

by Mac Donald, George

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9781331425953
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1331425956
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paperback. Good. Access codes and supplements are not guaranteed with used items. May be an ex-library book.
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Sir Gibbie (Classic Reprint)
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Sir Gibbie (Classic Reprint)

by Donald, George Mac

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Shoemaker's Best Selections Number 5 For Readings and Recitations
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Shoemaker's Best Selections Number 5 For Readings and Recitations

by Shoemaker, J. W

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1906
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Rare original poetry book with cloth covered boards, copyright 1880 by J. W. Shoemaker & Co. This edition published in 1906 by the Penn Publishing company, Philadelphia. From the estate of my great-great grandfather.Includes many unique poems and recitations such as "To a skull", "Uncle Daniel's Introduction to a Mississippi Steamer", "The Leak in the Dyke", etc. More well-known poetry includes "Song of Birds", "Old Ironsides", and "Bannock Burn" by Robbie Burns. Light rubbing and bumps to outside spine edges. Back cover and interior cloth covered board has a stain at top. Original owner's name and address from 1908, but no other writing or marks. First 2 pages have a stain at top, but text of 192 pages of poetry and recitations is totally clean with light tanning of pages.
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The Red Rover: A Tale (Complete in One Volume) (Cooper's Works)
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The Red Rover: A Tale (Complete in One Volume) (Cooper's Works)

by James Fenimore Cooper

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New York: Stringer and Townsend, 1855. Book. Very Good. Half-Leather. New Edition. 12mo - over 6¾ - 7¾" tall. "New Edition. Complete in One Volume." Title page dated 1855. Copyright date 1827. Original light-brown half-leather binding with multi-colored marbled boards and leather corners. Gilt decoration on spine and gilt lettering on red and black leather title labels on spine titled "Cooper's Works" and "Red Rover / -- / 10". (Title page does not state that this is part of Cooper's Works.) All page edges marbled. Marbled endpapers matching the marbled boards. 534 pages. Measures 7 3/8" x 5 1/8" x 1 3/8". VERY GOOD condition. Book is bright and very clean, very tight and square, with strong, sound hinges and joints with no cracking. Light general surface wear and edge wear to the exterior all around with rubbed corner tips. Some mottling/toning to the spine and a tear down the center of the red title label which remains firmly… Read More
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Red Pottage
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Red Pottage

by Cholmondeley, Mary

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Red Pottage. By Mary Cholmondeley. Copyright 1899, Harper & Brothers First Edition. 375 pages plus adverts. Used. Good- condition/ No DJ included. Plot Summary: "Red Pottage follows a period in the lives of two friends, Rachel West and Hester Gresley. Rachel is a wealthy heiress who falls in love with the weak-willed Hugh Scarlett after he has broken off an affair with Lady Newhaven (which he does not originally realize has been discovered by her husband)." Book title is taken from the bible story of Esau.
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Oregon; Or, a Short History of a Long Journey

Oregon; Or, a Short History of a Long Journey: Narrative of a Journey Across the Rocky Mountains, to the Columbia River

by John B. Wyeth

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YE Gallon Press, 1970. Limited Edition. #499/605. VG. Interior is tight, clean, and free of ownership marks except for one penciled notation on the flyleaf. Cloth boards show shelf and handling wear with light soiling, edge, corner, and spine wear. Overall a solid copy showing minimal signs of use. Photo is of the copy we have here at Barbed Wire Books.
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A Frivolous Distinction
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A Frivolous Distinction: Fashion and Needlework in the Works of Jane Austen

by Byrde. Penelope

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Tight, bright, clean and square. Faint sticker shadow on back cover. 42 pages of text including "A Brief Guide to Textile terms", "references to the novels and letters", and a bibliography. Plus 16 full page illustrations. 5.75x8.25x.25". Inspired by the 1975 celebrations held at Steventon, Chawton and Bath - some of the places connected to the novelist's life - which included displays of costume, needlework and needlework tools, at the Bi-Centenary of Jan Austen's birth.
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The Elephant's Child: Just So Stories Series
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The Elephant's Child: Just So Stories Series

by Kipling, Rudyard

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Kipling, Rudyard: The Elephant's Child, Just So Stories Series. 1942 First Edition Thus, Garden City Publishing. Beautifully illustrated by R.F. Rojankovsky. CHILDREN'S BOOK. Story Summary: "Because of his 'satiable curiosity' about what the crocodile has for dinner, the elephant's child and all elephants thereafter have long trunks." Used. VG condition/ No DJ included. Unpaged. 7 X 9 1/2
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Barnaby Rudge and Hard Times (in Two Volumes)
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Barnaby Rudge and Hard Times (in Two Volumes)

by Charles Dickens

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Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1867. Book. Illus. by H. K. Browne / G. Cattermole / F. Walker. Very Good +. Cloth. First Edition Thus. 12mo - over 6¾ - 7¾" tall. Two-volume complete set. First American edition, first printing, of Vols. IX and X of the original 27-volume deluxe illustrated Library Edition of The Works of Charles Dickens, with title pages dated 1867. Statement from Charles Dickens on copyright page authorizing this edition dated April, 1867. With illustrations by H. K. Browne and G. Cattermole in Barnaby Rudge and F. Walker in Hard Times on 36 engraved glossy plates, including frontispieces, protected with tissue (all of the illustrations that appeared in the first edition). Publisher's original dark-green cloth binding with gilt lettering and ruling on the spine and blindstamped decorations on both covers. "Library Edition" appears in gilt at bottom edge of spine with no volume number. Brown smooth-coated endpapers. xi + 475 and vii + 471 text pages.… Read More
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The Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit (in Two Volumes)
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The Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit (in Two Volumes)

by Charles Dickens

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Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1868. Book. Very Good. Cloth. First Edition Thus. 12mo - over 6¾ - 7¾" tall. Two-volume complete set. First American edition of Vols. V and VI of the original 27-volume deluxe illustrated Library Edition of The Works of Charles Dickens, with title pages dated 1868. Statement from Charles Dickens on copyright page authorizing this edition dated April, 1867. With illustrations on 40 engraved glossy plates, including frontispieces, protected with tissue (all of the illustrations that appeared in the first edition). Publisher's original dark-green cloth binding with gilt lettering and ruling on the spine and blindstamped decorations on both covers. "Library Edition" appears in gilt at bottom edge of spine with no volume number. Brown smooth-coated endpapers. xvi + 436 and x + 433 text pages. Single-column text. Printed by Virtue and Co., London. Vol. I is NEAR FINE and Vol. II is VERY GOOD. Vol. I is in excellent condition but Vol. II is cracked… Read More
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Dombey and Son (in Two Volumes)
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Dombey and Son (in Two Volumes)

by Charles Dickens

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Boston: Fields, Osgood and Co., 1869. Book. Illus. by H. K. Browne. Near Fine. Cloth. First Edition Thus. 12mo - over 6¾ - 7¾" tall. Two-volume complete set. First American edition, second issue, with title pages dated 1869, of Vols. XIII and XIV of the original 27-volume deluxe illustrated Library Edition of The Works of Charles Dickens (originally published by Ticknor and Fields in 1868). Statement from Charles Dickens on copyright page authorizing this edition dated April, 1867. With illustrations by H. K. Browne on 38 engraved glossy plates, including frontispieces, protected with tissue (all the illustrations that appeared in the 1848 first edition). Publisher's original dark-green cloth binding with gilt lettering and ruling on the spine and blindstamped decorations on both covers. "Library Edition" appears in gilt at bottom edge of spine with no volume number. Brown smooth-coated endpapers. ix + 454 and ix + 459 text pages. Single-column text. Printed by Virtue… Read More
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Little Dorrit (in Two Volumes)
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Little Dorrit (in Two Volumes)

by Charles Dickens

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Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1868. Book. Illus. by H. K. Browne. Very Good +. Cloth. First Edition Thus. 12mo - over 6¾ - 7¾" tall. Two-volume complete set. First American edition, first printing, of Vols. XX and XXI of the original 27-volume deluxe illustrated Library Edition of The Works of Charles Dickens, with title page dated 1868. Statement from Charles Dickens on copyright page authorizing this edition dated April, 1867. With illustrations by H. K. Browne, on 39 engraved glossy plates, including frontispieces, protected with tissue. Publisher's original dark-green cloth binding with gilt lettering and ruling on the spine and blindstamped decorations on both covers. "Library Edition" appears in gilt at bottom edge of spine with no volume number. Brown smooth-coated endpapers. xvi + 456 and xi + 427 text pages. Single-column text. Printed by Virtue and Co., London. Vol. I in VERY GOOD + condition / Vol. II in NEAR FINE condition. Slight touches of wear at the spine… Read More
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