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THE WORKS OF BOOTH TARKINGTON. Autograph Edition. Signed. Leather set. Complete in 12 volumes, with 2 additional volumes

by Tarkington, Booth

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Garden City & New York: Doubleday, page & Company, 1918 - 1919. AUTOGRAPH EDITION. Limited to 565 copies of which this is set #127. Signed by Tarkington. Volume 1 is signed by the author. The half title of volume one states complete in 12 volumes. This set was later extended over time, this being the complete 12 volumes, with the next two volumes, making 14 volumes. Technically complete in 12. Uniformy bound in the highest quality, polished morocco leather bindings. Raised hubs on the spines. The top edges are gilded. Marbled end papers. Rag paper. Full page plates. Wide margins. Thick black ink. Roughly 19 inches of shelf space. In VERY GOOD, near FINE condition. The leather is very supple and fresh. Only some light external rubs/wear. Hinges are fully attached, some rubs along the extremities of volume one. Printed on quality paper that appears free of foxing. Volume 10 has tape on a couple pages, with no loss of text, else fine internally. Early name. This is an impressive set. This set… Read more
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THE WORKS OF WILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY. Gilded Victorian Bindings. Complete in 10 volumes

by Thackeray, William Makepeace

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PEOPLE'S EDITION
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New York: George Routledge & Sons, 1886. PEOPLE'S EDITION. Bound in Victorian bindings. Gilded spines. Embossed covers. Illustrated with full page plates. 325 illustrations. In excellent condition. Some external shelf wear, rubs, usage wear. The hinges are all fully attached. Some internal hinge paper with some separation. Overextended pages with some chips. An early name. This set displays beautifully. During his long and distinguished career he was so widely-read that he was second only to Charles Dickens in popularity. Titles: Pendennis Vol. I & II The Virginians Vol. I & II Vanity Fair Vol. I & II Philip Vol. I & II The Newcomes Vol. I & II Barry Lyndon / Hoggarty Diamond The Book of Snobs / Etc. Denis Duval / Lovel the Widower / Etc. Catherine / Little Travels Fitz-Boodle Papers Paris Sketch Book / Etc. Roundabout Papers / Etc. Christmas Books Ballads and Tales Burlesques The Four Georges / The English Humourists Esmond The Irish Sketchbook / From Cornhill to Cairo… Read more
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THE WORKS OF WILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY. Leather set. Complete in 15 volumes

by Thackeray, William Makepeace

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New York: Kelmscott Society, [Introduction quotes a 1904 date.]. Complete in 30 titles bound into 15 volumes. With Introductions by W. P. Trent and J. B. Henneman. Bound in leather bindings. gilded spines. top edges are gilded. Printed on quality paper. Illustrated with plates. Elaborate spine gilding. 8.25 inches tall. 25 inches shelf space. VERY GOOD condition. The leather is very fresh and well preserved. The hinges are all strongly attached, although there is some abrasion, and some archivally sealed starting along the exterior leather of volume one, held firmly underneath, with Vanity Fair having the most hinge wear, as shown. Internally very fresh, bright, and clean. Appears free of foxing and unread. There is an inscription. This is a beautiful set, and displays exceptionally well. During his long and distinguished career he was so widely-read that he was second only to Charles Dickens in popularity. Titles: Pendennis Vol. I & II The Virginians Vol. I & II Vanity Fair Vol. I & II… Read more
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THE WORKS OF WILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY. Kensington Edition. #58/250 Sets. Leather. Complete in 32 volumes

by Thackeray, William Makepeace

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THE KENSINGTON EDITION. Limited to only 250 numbered copies ever
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New York: Charles Scribner, 1903 - 1904. THE KENSINGTON EDITION. Limited to only 250 numbered copies ever made, printed on Enfield paper, this being #58.. Bound in the highest quality morocco leather bindings. Gilded spines. Six spine compartments. Top edges gilded, other edges untrimmed. Raised hubs. Thick quality paper. Marbled end papers. Illustrated by Thackeray. (Illustrations are from the first editions of the author's drawings). 8 7/8 inches tall. 55 inches of shelf space. VERY GOOD condition. Fine internally. The leather is very supple. Some general rubs and abrasion, causing some starting, which has been archivally sealed and repaired. The hinges are all strongly attached. Fresh, free of foxing. No writing. This set displays beautifully. Volume 30 is Miscellaneous, 31 is Contributions to Punch, 32 is A List of Characters. Complete in 32 volumes. This is an exceptionally scarce set, limited to only 250 numbered copies ever printed. It is highly unlikely that many, if any, have been so… Read more
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THE WORKS OF WILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY. Gilded library set. Complete in 26 volumes

by Thackeray, William Makepeace

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New York & London: Harper & Brother Publishers, 1904. Bound in gilded cloth. With three gilded roses on the spines. The top edges are gilded. Gilded title pages. Printed on quality paper with wide margins. Illustrated with plates. These measure 8.25 inches tall. These take up 39.5 inches of shelf space. VERY GOOD Condition. Thick durable cloth bindings. Hinges fully attached. Printed on quality paper that is fresh, bright, and clean. A couple volumes with internal hinge paper separation. Appears free of foxing. No previous signs of ownership. This set displays exceptionally well. During his long and distinguished career he was so widely-read that he was second only to Charles Dickens in popularity. Titles: Pendennis Vol. I & II The Virginians Vol. I & II Vanity Fair Vol. I & II Philip Vol. I & II The Newcomes Vol. I & II Barry Lyndon / Hoggarty Diamond The Book of Snobs / Etc. Denis Duval / Lovel the Widower / Etc. Catherine / Little Travels Fitz-Boodle Papers Paris Sketch… Read more
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THE WORKS OF WILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY. Library set. Complete in 26 volumes

by Thackeray, William Makepeace

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CHARTERHOUSE EDITION. #293 of 1000 Copies of This Edition
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London & Philadelphia: Smith, Elder, & Co.; J. B. Lippincott Company, 1901. CHARTERHOUSE EDITION. #293 of 1000 Copies of This Edition. Complete in 26 volumes, with all of Thackeray's works. This issue is standard in 26 volumes. Bound in the publisher's original cloth bindings. Top edges are gilded. Printed on quality paper with wide margins. Illustrated with engraved plates, and in-text illustrations. These are large books measuring 9 inches tall. Over 40 inches of shelf space. In VERY GOOD condition with some external wear/rubs, as shown. The hinges are fully attached. Printed on quality paper that is fresh, bright, and clean. No previous signs of ownership. Near free of any trace of foxing. A little loose. These display beautifully. During his long and distinguished career he was so widely-read that he was second only to Charles Dickens in popularity. Titles: Pendennis Vol. I & II The Virginians Vol. I & II Vanity Fair Vol. I & II Philip Vol. I & II The Newcomes Vol.… Read more
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THE COMPLETE WORKS OF WILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY. Bound in fine leather. First Collected...

THE COMPLETE WORKS OF WILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY. Bound in fine leather. First Collected Edition. Printed in 1869.

by Thackeray, William Makepeace

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First Collected Edition
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THE COMPLETE WORKS OF WILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY!With Illustrations by the Author. Complete in 24 volumes.Printed in 1869.This is the FIRST COLLECTED EDITION of Thackeray's Works.Complete in 22 volumes + the 2 additional volumes added in 1886.Complete in 24 volumes, total.Bound and signed by the prestigious BAYNTUN BINDERY. A gorgeous set.Each book will be individually wrapped and well protected for shipping.The Works of William Makepeace Thackeray. Bound in fine green moroccan leather. High quality bindings. Top edge gilded. Raised hubs on spine. Marbled boards and end-papers. 8.5 inches tall.These are large books. Complete 24 volume set. Smith, Elder & Co., London. Printed in 1869. With an additional final 2-volumes, issued in 1886, are present and uniformly bound. The FIRST EDITION of Thackeray's collected works. Illustrated by Thackeray.Very Good condition. Hinges are all 100% fully attached, very fresh, and sound. Clean, bright interior. Free of foxing. No writing or signs of previous… Read more
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THE SPECTATOR. Printed in 1712. First Edition. Large Paper Edition. Complete in 8 volumes.
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THE SPECTATOR. Printed in 1712. First Edition. Large Paper Edition. Complete in 8 volumes.

by The Spectator {Joseph Addison, Richard Steele]

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First Edition
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THE SPECTATOR!FIRST EDITION/FIRST PRINTING.LARGE PAPER EDITION.Complete in 8 volumes.Printed in 1712.This is the LARGE PAPER EDITION of the FIRST EDITION of the Spectator.This is the exceedingly rare FIRST EDITION of the Spectator.This is also the most desirable LARGE PAPER EDITION of the First Edition that sold for 1 guinea.FIRST EDITION in book form, never before printed.Printed in 1712-1715.Exceedingly rare. The final volume was printed in 1715, as is standard and explained in the following paragraph:The Spectator is a classic literary publication by Joseph Addison and Richard Steele. It was a daily publication founded in England, lasting from 1711 to 1712. Each "paper", or "number", was approximately 2,500 words long, in loose and individual newspaper format, and the original run consisted of 555 numbers, beginning on 1 March 1711. These writings were collected and published in book form in seven volumes, (with the 8th volume collected in 1715.) The paper was revived without the involvement of… Read more
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JOSEPHUS. THE FAMOUS AND MEMORABLE WORKES OF JOSEPHUS A Man of Much Honor and Learning Among the...
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JOSEPHUS. THE FAMOUS AND MEMORABLE WORKES OF JOSEPHUS A Man of Much Honor and Learning Among the Jewes. Translated into English by Thomas Lodge. Printed in 1602.

by Josephus; Thomas Lodge

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THE FAMOUS AND MEMORABLE WORKES OF JOSEPHUSA Man of Much Honor and Learning Among the Jewes. Translated into English by Thomas Lodge.Printed in 1602.FIRST ENGLISH EDITION of Josephus.The is the FIRST EDITION of Thomas Lodge's Josephus.Prior to this book, Josephus had never before been printed in English.Full Title:The Famous and Memorable Workes of Josephus, A Man of Much Honor and Learning Among the Jewes. Faithfully Translated out of the Latin, and French, By Tho. Lodge, Doctor in Physick. The second title page for: 'The Lamentable and Tragicall Historie of the Warres and Utter Ruine of the Jewes' is also present, and is also dated 1602.Rebound in a full leather binding.This is a CAMBRIDGE STYLE binding, from the mid 20th century.This binding would have cost a significant amount of money.The colophon page is present, with marginal wear, and archival conservation to that page only.This book is textually complete.This book is in very good and highly presentable condition despite it's age.In poor… Read more
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THE WORKS OF LEO TOLSTOY. Library set. Complete in 24 volumes. War and peace. Anna Karenina

by Tolstoi, Lyof; [Tolstoy, Leo]

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New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1913. The Novels And Other Works of Lyof N. Tolstoi. Printed in English. Complete in 24 Volumes. Bound in gilded cloth bindings. With intricately gilded spines. Gilded framing to the covers. The top edges are gilded. Printed on quality rag paper. Thick black ink. Red and black title pages. Engraved frontis protected in tissue. 8.8 inches tall. Roughly 26 inches of shelf space. In excellent condition. Complete and intact. The main point of wear is that at one point this set appears to have suffered from water damage (which has dried long ago), which is predominantly external, otherwise this set would be Very Good. The hinges are fully attached. Clean internally, near free of any trace of foxing. An early bookplate. Minor mustiness, some waviness. Internal hinges with some separation. A little loose, but strongly bound and intact. Some general usage wear. Early name in pencil. This is a beautiful set and displays well. This set would make an excellent gift and/or… Read more
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THE WORKS OF MARK TWAIN. Faux leather bindings. FINE/NEW CONDITION. Complete in 25 volumes. Author's National Edition

by Twain, Mark

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THE AUTHOR'S NATIONAL EDITION
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New York: Harper and Brothers, [No date, copyrights are late 1800's through early 1900's.] [Research indicates this set was printed in 1909.]. THE AUTHOR'S NATIONAL EDITION. Bound in faux red leather bindings. (These are textured cloth.) Gilded spines. Illustrated with frontisplates. Printed on quality paper. 7.5 inches tall. 35 inches of shelf space. VERY GOOD+ / FINE condition. Very fresh, bright, and clean. The hinges are 100% fully attached. Printed on quality paper that is fresh, bright, and clean. Tightly bound and appears unread. An exceptionally well preserved set of Mark Twain's Works. These display beautifully. Written in facsimile by Mark Twain, on the half title page, THIS IS THE AUTHORIZED UNIFORM EDITION OF ALL OF MY BOOKS.' This is the Author's National Edition. This set is exceptionally well preserved, in Fine condition. This is the best condition we have ever seen on this set. Twain's works in such condition are exceptionally difficult to obtain. Twain… Read more
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THE WORKS OF MARK TWAIN. Faux leather bindings. Complete in 25 volumes. Author's National Edition

by Twain, Mark

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AUTHOR'S NATIONAL EDITION
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New York: Harpers, [No date on the title pages, copyright pages dated from late 1800's to early 1900's.] [Research indicates this set was printed in 1909.]. AUTHOR'S NATIONAL EDITION. Bound in faux red leather bindings (painted cloth). Gilded spines. Printed on quality paper. Large font and wide margins. Illustrated with frontisplates. VERY GOOD+ condition. Very fresh, bright, and clean. The hinges are all 100% fully attached. Internally, these are very fresh, bright, and clean. Just some light general shelf rubs / usage wear. Some light spine fading. No writing or previous signs of ownership. This is an exceptional set of Twain's works. These display beautifully. Twain died in 1910, this was the final set issued during his lifetime and is the authorized uniform edition of all his books, printed in 1909. The original price for these books new in 1909, was $25.00, which is over $600.00 in today's currency. Titles: Vols. I & II: Innocents Abroad in 2 vols., Volumes III &… Read more
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THE WORKS OF MARK TWAIN. Faux leather bindings. Complete in 25 volumes. Author's National Edition

by Twain, Mark

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New York: Harpers, No date on the title pages, [copyright pages dated late 1800's through early 1900's.] [Research indicates 1909.]. THE AUTHOR'S NATIONAL EDITION. Bound in faux red leather bindings (painted cloth). Gilded spines. Printed on quality paper. Illustrated with frontisplates. In excellent condition. Some general shelf wear, rubs, some uneven spine fading, as shown in the pictures. Internally very fresh, bright, and clean. Some top edges are darker than others. An over extended page with rough edges. General shelf wear. Antiquarian sets of Mark Twain's works are difficult to obtain. This set displays beautifully. Twain died in 1910, this was the final set issued during his lifetime and is the authorized uniform edition of all his books, printed in 1909. The original price for these books new in 1909, was $25.00, which is over $600.00 in today's currency. Titles: Vols. I & II: Innocents Abroad in 2 vols., Volumes III & IV: A Tramp Abroad in 2 vols., Volume V… Read more
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ROUGHING IT. [Travel.] [West.] [First Edition.]

ROUGHING IT. [Travel.] [West.] [First Edition.]

by TWAIN, Mark [CLEMENS, Samuel L.]

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First Edition, First Printing
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Hartford, CT: American Pub. Co, 1872. First Edition, First Printing. The First Printing with page 242, lines 20-21, having 'Premises-said he/was occupying his", later printing having the words 'he' and 'his' lacking. With ads on page [592]. (BAL #3337.) By Subscription Only. Large Octavo, 591 pages, page of ads. Bound in the publisher's gilt cloth binding. In very good condition aside for the main point of wear being that the binding is covered in a clear protective jacket, that has been adhered to the binding, and would require a professional conservator to remove. This is still the First Printing of this desirable book, in the publisher's original binding, it is just sealed behind this mylar dust jacket. It could be peeled off, but likely would result in substantial wear, unless undertaken by an expert conservator. Though potentially distracting, it does serve the purpose of protecting this rare title. There is generalized usage wear, binding is somewhat loose, a little shaken, but still tightly… Read more
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LIFE ON THE MISSISSIPPI. [Travel.] [First Edition.]

LIFE ON THE MISSISSIPPI. [Travel.] [First Edition.]

by TWAIN, Mark [CLEMENS, Samuel]

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Boston: James R. Osgood, 1883. First Edition, First Printing. This is the First Issue of the First Printing, with The woodcut depicting 'Twain in Flames' on page 441, subsequently omitted due to Mrs. Clemens's objections to its morbidity. First Edition, First State. Blanck's intermediate A, with the tailpiece on p.441 still present, but with caption on p.443 corrected to read 'The St. Charles Hotel'. (BAL3411.) Large 8vo. 316 woodcut illustrations and vignettes. Bound in the publisher's full mottled calf leather. Skillfully rebacked with the original spine laid down. Recent labels. Very tightly bound. Hinges sound and fully attached. In very good condition. Some general usage wear and rubs. An early name on the end paper, and a more elaborate early name on preface page, both from the 1800's, in period ink. Near free of foxing The paper is very fresh bright and clean. A very presentable copy of this desirable First Edition, bound in the publisher's full leather… Read more
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THE WORKS OF MARK TWAIN. Faux leather bindings. Complete in 25 volumes. Author's National Edition: Complete in 25 volumes

by Twain, Mark

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New York: Harpers, No date on the title pages, copyright pages dated late [1800's through early 1900's.] [Research indicates this set was printed in 1909.]. THE AUTHOR'S NATIONAL EDITION. Bound in red faux leather bindings (painted cloth). Gilded spines. Printed on quality paper. Illustrated with plates. VERY GOOD condition, but with some general wear. There is some uneven spine fading, as shown in the pictures. Some general wear, as shown. The spine on Huckleberry Finn has a crease and is a lighter color binding. No previous signs of ownership. Early sets of Twain's works are not very common. This set displays beautifully. Twain died in 1910, this was the final set issued during his lifetime and is the authorized uniform edition of all his books, printed in 1909. The original price for these books new in 1909, was $25.00, which is over $600.00 in today's currency. Titles: Vols. I & II: Innocents Abroad in 2 vols., Volumes III & IV: A Tramp Abroad in 2 vols., Volume V… Read more
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