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The Diary of Samuel Pepys, A New and Complete Transcription edited by Robert Latham and Williams [Eleven Volumes].

£650.00

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The Folio Society by arrangement with HarperCollins Publishers Ltd and The University of California Press, London, 2003. Hard Cover. Book Condition: As New.

Contributing editors: William A.Armstrong, MacDonald Emslie, Oliver Miller, the late T.F.Reddaway, Matthews, Lois. All 11 Volumes are "printed on Caxton Wove Paper by Cambridge University Press and bound by them in Nigerian goatskin with marble paper sides by Ann Muir and Zerkall cream laid endpapers - The Edition is Limited to 1000 Copies of which this is No.234 .

An absolutely beautiful set and uncommon in this pristine condition. Each volume has an attached maroon ribbon bookmark and is totally gilt page-edged. Each volume, excepting Volume XI: "Index", also features a colour or black and white frontispiece. Volume I - 1660 + 348pp; Volume II - 1661: 266pp; Volume III - 1662: 328pp; Volume IV - 1663: 464pp; Volume V - 1664: 386pp; Volume VI - 1665: 367pp; Volume VII - 1666: 450pp; Volume VIII - 1667: 626pp; Volume IX - 1668-9: 590pp; Volume X - "Companion": xv + 626pp.+ unpaginated "Genealogical Tables and Maps"; Volume XI - "Index": + 340pp. (Robert Latham responsible for compilation/editing of "Companion"/"Index"). As New

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Author(s):
Pepys Samuel
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Hardback
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The Folio Society by arrangement with HarperCollins Publishers Ltd and The University of California Press, London, 2003. Hard Cover. Book Condition: As New.

Contributing editors: William A.Armstrong, MacDonald Emslie, Oliver Miller, the late T.F.Reddaway, Matthews, Lois. All 11 Volumes are "printed on Caxton Wove Paper by Cambridge University Press and bound by them in Nigerian goatskin with marble paper sides by Ann Muir and Zerkall cream laid endpapers - The Edition is Limited to 1000 Copies of which this is No.234 .

An absolutely beautiful set and uncommon in this pristine condition. Each volume has an attached maroon ribbon bookmark and is totally gilt page-edged. Each volume, excepting Volume XI: "Index", also features a colour or black and white frontispiece. Volume I - 1660 + 348pp; Volume II - 1661: 266pp; Volume III - 1662: 328pp; Volume IV - 1663: 464pp; Volume V - 1664: 386pp; Volume VI - 1665: 367pp; Volume VII - 1666: 450pp; Volume VIII - 1667: 626pp; Volume IX - 1668-9: 590pp; Volume X - "Companion": xv + 626pp.+ unpaginated "Genealogical Tables and Maps"; Volume XI - "Index": + 340pp. (Robert Latham responsible for compilation/editing of "Companion"/"Index"). As New

Author(s):
Pepys Samuel
Condition:
As new
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0

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