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Mr Punch's History of Modern England; Four Volumes

£24.99

Product description

Four large volumes, the full set, in blue cloth hard covers with gilt 'Mr Punch' on the fronts of vols I & II and blind stamped on vols III & IV. Gilt titles on the spines as well as gilt dog. Volumes III & IV published 1922) are a slightly different blue to volumes I & II (published 1921). The bases of the spines are lightly bumped, also the tops of the spines of volumes III & IV. This set has library stickers on the first free endpapers from the City of Worcester plus the occasional rubber stamp on the endpapers. The frontispiece of vol I is loose. There is tanning on some of the endpapers but the text blocks are clean and unmarked and the binding is tight. No inscriptions. IV. A fascinating view of Victorian social & political history as told through the satirical pages of 'Punch Magazine'. Volume I begins in 1841 and volume IV ends in 1914. Numerous black & white cartoons and drawings throughout all four volumes.

Item details

Added value:
Full set of four volumes
Author(s):
Graves, Charles L
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1921/1922
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Cassell and Company

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About this item

Four large volumes, the full set, in blue cloth hard covers with gilt 'Mr Punch' on the fronts of vols I & II and blind stamped on vols III & IV. Gilt titles on the spines as well as gilt dog. Volumes III & IV published 1922) are a slightly different blue to volumes I & II (published 1921). The bases of the spines are lightly bumped, also the tops of the spines of volumes III & IV. This set has library stickers on the first free endpapers from the City of Worcester plus the occasional rubber stamp on the endpapers. The frontispiece of vol I is loose. There is tanning on some of the endpapers but the text blocks are clean and unmarked and the binding is tight. No inscriptions. IV. A fascinating view of Victorian social & political history as told through the satirical pages of 'Punch Magazine'. Volume I begins in 1841 and volume IV ends in 1914. Numerous black & white cartoons and drawings throughout all four volumes.

Added value:
Full set of four volumes
Author(s):
Graves, Charles L
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1921/1922
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Cassell and Company

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