Monthly Archives: September 2012

Charles Dickens – Set of Ten Leatherbound Books Ca. 1850

Set of Ten Leatherbound Books by Charles Dickens Published by Chapman & Hall Ca. 1850 The books are in good Condition for their age, some of them with faded spines. £100, or $160.  This is a heavy set, so you … Continue reading

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The Tempest – by William Shakespeare – The Lamb Shakespeare for Young People Series

The Tempest – William Shakespeare Rare Book The Lamb Shakespeare for Young People Published by Alexander Moring Ltd., the de la More Press, London Illustrated by Helen Stratton With a general introduction by Professor Gollancz Front cover inscription states To … Continue reading

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With Lawrence in Arabia – by Lowell Thomas

With Lawrence in Arabia – Lowell Thomas  With Lawrence of Arabia by Lowell Thomas Published by Hutchinson  (132nd thousand) No other publication date  No dustjacket, 30 photoplates, slight bumping and ageing, some pages slightly creased, owner’s name on frontispiece £12.00 … Continue reading

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The Poetical Works of Lord Byron

The Poetical Works of Lord Byron Published by John Murray, London, 1859 Hardback. 827 pages Many Illustrations by E. Finden Leather spine with marbled boards and gold titles. Quarter bound. Spine coming loose on one side and binding a bit … Continue reading

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The Works of Beaumont and Fletcher 1839 With an Introduction by George Darley – 2 Volumes

The Works of Beaumont and Fletcher Published by Edward Moxon, London 1839 in Two Volumes – with an Introduction by George Darley Dark maroon hard cover, spines decorated with gilt – Five raised bands with gilt lettering. The spine of Vol. … Continue reading

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