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The Life of The Right Honourable Cecil John Rhodes, 2 Volumes

£39.99

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First edition. Maroon hardback cloth covers with gilt titles on the spines. The spines are a little sunned. On vol I the strip of cloth adjacent to the spine on the back cover is sunned and there are a few pale marks towards the lower edge. On vol II there are small patches of surface damage to the cloth on the long edges of both front and back boards. The front pastedown of both volumes has a blue sticker over the centre and the pages opposite have tanned around where the stickers were in contact with them. Both volumes appear to have come from an old W H Smith Library. The bindings are sound with one or two cracks. Untrimmed page edges. Tissue protected frontispieces to both volumes (tissue is tanned). The life of Cecil John Rhodes written not long after his death in 1902 by an author who states: 'I am confident that posterity will not fail to appreciate the genius and essential worth of one of the greatest Englishmen of the Victorian era'.

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Added value:
Two volumes, first edition
Author(s):
Michell, Sir Lewis
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1910
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
683
Publisher:
Edward Arnold

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First edition. Maroon hardback cloth covers with gilt titles on the spines. The spines are a little sunned. On vol I the strip of cloth adjacent to the spine on the back cover is sunned and there are a few pale marks towards the lower edge. On vol II there are small patches of surface damage to the cloth on the long edges of both front and back boards. The front pastedown of both volumes has a blue sticker over the centre and the pages opposite have tanned around where the stickers were in contact with them. Both volumes appear to have come from an old W H Smith Library. The bindings are sound with one or two cracks. Untrimmed page edges. Tissue protected frontispieces to both volumes (tissue is tanned). The life of Cecil John Rhodes written not long after his death in 1902 by an author who states: 'I am confident that posterity will not fail to appreciate the genius and essential worth of one of the greatest Englishmen of the Victorian era'.

Added value:
Two volumes, first edition
Author(s):
Michell, Sir Lewis
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1910
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
683
Publisher:
Edward Arnold

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