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The Troubadour

£60.00

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1825 hardback, first edition of this poem by Letitia Elizabeth Landon better known by her initials L.E.L. an English poet and novelist.
With an engraved title page from a drawing by J M Wright and engraved by J Mitchell.
To the preface Landon writes that the poem is founded 'upon an ancient custom of Provence, according to which a festival was held, and the minstrel who bore away the prize from his competitors was rewarded, by the lady chosen to preside with a Golden Violet.'
As well as her poem The Troubadour, this volume contains Landon's Poetical Sketches of Modern Pictures and her Sketches From History.

In good condition considering its age, a full calf binding with gilt stamping to the boards and spine, some external markings. Internally, first couple of pages and spine have come away though book is still in one piece, although the rest of the book is securely bound together. Pages are bright with some offsetting from the engraved title page. The odd spot throughout.

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Hardback
Number of pages:
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1825 hardback, first edition of this poem by Letitia Elizabeth Landon better known by her initials L.E.L. an English poet and novelist.
With an engraved title page from a drawing by J M Wright and engraved by J Mitchell.
To the preface Landon writes that the poem is founded 'upon an ancient custom of Provence, according to which a festival was held, and the minstrel who bore away the prize from his competitors was rewarded, by the lady chosen to preside with a Golden Violet.'
As well as her poem The Troubadour, this volume contains Landon's Poetical Sketches of Modern Pictures and her Sketches From History.

In good condition considering its age, a full calf binding with gilt stamping to the boards and spine, some external markings. Internally, first couple of pages and spine have come away though book is still in one piece, although the rest of the book is securely bound together. Pages are bright with some offsetting from the engraved title page. The odd spot throughout.

Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0

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