Poetry by Period
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Poetry by Period Books & Ephemera
Cover: Brown board, very smooth Hessian feeling, gold gilt title on front and spine, minimal shelf ware for a book of this age.
Binding: Good, paper feels extremely thick, gold gilt to top pages but outer edges are uncut.
Text: small inscription on inside cover, text appears clear with mounted coloured plates.
Overall: A very unique feeling book, a nice addition to any collection.
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Binding: Excellent, a solid book.
Text: Clear and crisp of any annotation, gold gilt to top edge.
Overall: Very Good copy of a very rare book, minus points would be the small amount of rub to spine top and lack of dust jacket.
Background: Pastoral poetry is a genre that typically relates to country/rural life and often... Read more
Both of these volumes appear to have the signature of Reverend Henry Hawkins Tremayne (1741–1829) See pictures. To be clear, this has not been certified. The Reverend Henry Hawkins Tremayne was credited as initiating the creation of the set of gardens around Heligan House that are now well known as the Lost Gardens of Heligan.
Cover: Full calf brown panel boards with gold line boarder, chips and rubbing to all edges/corners and cracks appearing on outer... Read more
Cover: Maroon red, no d/j, clear gold lettering of title, very minor rub to the edges and corners.
Binding: Good, no discernible cracks.
Text: slight foxing to paper but clear of inscriptions and scribbles.
Overall: A good book minus the lack of d/j.
We thoroughly examine each book and try to provide as many photos and descriptions as possible; as antiquarian books are sometimes sold in a poor state with inaccuracies and omissions. If you are... Read more
The poems are accompanied by eight line drawings by Jane Colling evoking memories of London in the past.
Cover: Blue boards with gold text and boarder, some rubbing on the edges and corners, damage to the top and bottom of spine, please see photo.
Binding: Fair, small crack to inside hinge, the remainder of the text block is fine although feels a little loose. Text: previous owner's signature in front cover and some notes on end paper, the remainder of the text appears to be clear.
Overall: A Fair volume and perhaps a reading copy rather... Read more