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Bunyan's Allegorical Works, or The Pilgrim's Progress and The Holy War

£25.00

Product description

Published by James Hagger (London) circa 1867. 'Edited with notes original and selected and a life of Bunyan by the Rev. Charles H. H. Wright of Trinity College Dublin and Exeter College Oxford, with numerous illustrations by Horace Castelli and G. Bartsch.'

Half calf bound with gilt lettering and embossed ridges on spine and decoration on front cover. Covers may have been purple originally but are now faded, scuffed and worn. The covers, endpapers and frontispiece have become detached from the book. Although age-tanned and with some foxing, the inside pages are all present. The 30 coloured plates show only slight fading are most are still bright.

Contents include his Grace Abounding, Divine Emblems, and Other Poems.

A large and heavy volume. Note additional postage charge.

This impressive looking volume will add gravitas to your library.

Item details

Author(s):
Bunyan, John
Condition:
Poor
Dimensions:
11 inches x 9 inches
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
961
Publisher:
James Hagger

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About this item

Published by James Hagger (London) circa 1867. 'Edited with notes original and selected and a life of Bunyan by the Rev. Charles H. H. Wright of Trinity College Dublin and Exeter College Oxford, with numerous illustrations by Horace Castelli and G. Bartsch.'

Half calf bound with gilt lettering and embossed ridges on spine and decoration on front cover. Covers may have been purple originally but are now faded, scuffed and worn. The covers, endpapers and frontispiece have become detached from the book. Although age-tanned and with some foxing, the inside pages are all present. The 30 coloured plates show only slight fading are most are still bright.

Contents include his Grace Abounding, Divine Emblems, and Other Poems.

A large and heavy volume. Note additional postage charge.

This impressive looking volume will add gravitas to your library.

Author(s):
Bunyan, John
Condition:
Poor
Dimensions:
11 inches x 9 inches
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
961
Publisher:
James Hagger

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