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The Poetical Works of William Wordsworth with Introductions and Notes

£14.99

Product description

Flexible card boards covered with maroon morocco style leather. Light edge wear to the boards particularly at the rounded corners; the front board has a crease across the top corner. The spine is gently sunned with light surface wear; it is bumped and worn at the top and base. Gilt titles on the front and spine and gilt decoration on the spine. The page edges are a reddish-gilt with rounded corners. The endpapers are an attractive slightly textured maroon with gilt floral decoration, there is a small amount of wrinkling on the rear pastedown. Owner name dated 1914 on the fly-title page but no other inscriptions or marking in the text. Very fine India paper enabling 986 pages which contain every piece of original verse known to have been published by Wordsworth or authorised for posthumous publication. Frontispiece portrait of the author. Double column text. Edited by Thomas Hutchinson. First edition thus.

Item details

Added value:
Complete works of Wordsworth in one volume
Author(s):
Wordsworth, William
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1911
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
986
Publisher:
Henry Frowde; Oxford University Press

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Flexible card boards covered with maroon morocco style leather. Light edge wear to the boards particularly at the rounded corners; the front board has a crease across the top corner. The spine is gently sunned with light surface wear; it is bumped and worn at the top and base. Gilt titles on the front and spine and gilt decoration on the spine. The page edges are a reddish-gilt with rounded corners. The endpapers are an attractive slightly textured maroon with gilt floral decoration, there is a small amount of wrinkling on the rear pastedown. Owner name dated 1914 on the fly-title page but no other inscriptions or marking in the text. Very fine India paper enabling 986 pages which contain every piece of original verse known to have been published by Wordsworth or authorised for posthumous publication. Frontispiece portrait of the author. Double column text. Edited by Thomas Hutchinson. First edition thus.

Added value:
Complete works of Wordsworth in one volume
Author(s):
Wordsworth, William
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1911
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
986
Publisher:
Henry Frowde; Oxford University Press

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