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Dickens: 16 Works Bound in 12 Volumes. Leather Bindings. 1865-67

£110.00

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Chapman and Hall, London, 1866-1868. Hardback. Book Condition: Poor. No Dust Jacket. Half-Leather. Frontispiece illustration in each volume. The works are as follows: 1- David Copperfield. 1866; 2- Dombey and Son. 1865; 3- Barnaby Rudge. 1866; 4- American Notes, Uncommercial Traveller, Great Expectations. 1867; 5- Our Mutual Friend. 1868; 6- The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick club. 1865; 7- Martin Chuzzlewit. 1866; 8- Oliver Twist, Sketches by Boz. 1865; 9- Bleak House. 1866; 10- The Old Curiosity Shop, Hard Times. 1866; 11- Little Dorrit. 1867; 12- Nicholas Nickleby. 1865. The twelve volumes are bound in half leather over marbled boards with raised bands, gilt ruling and lettering to spines and a gilt lettered label to each volume. The covers are in poor condition in all volumes, but most of the text blocks are sound. By far the majority of pages do not have foxing, and all text is legible.

Item details

Author(s):
Charles Dickens
Condition:
Poor
Dimensions:
7" x 5"
Edition:
First thus
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Chapman and Hall, London
Title:
Dickens: 16 Works Bound in 12 Volumes. Leather Bindings. 1865-67

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Chapman and Hall, London, 1866-1868. Hardback. Book Condition: Poor. No Dust Jacket. Half-Leather. Frontispiece illustration in each volume. The works are as follows: 1- David Copperfield. 1866; 2- Dombey and Son. 1865; 3- Barnaby Rudge. 1866; 4- American Notes, Uncommercial Traveller, Great Expectations. 1867; 5- Our Mutual Friend. 1868; 6- The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick club. 1865; 7- Martin Chuzzlewit. 1866; 8- Oliver Twist, Sketches by Boz. 1865; 9- Bleak House. 1866; 10- The Old Curiosity Shop, Hard Times. 1866; 11- Little Dorrit. 1867; 12- Nicholas Nickleby. 1865. The twelve volumes are bound in half leather over marbled boards with raised bands, gilt ruling and lettering to spines and a gilt lettered label to each volume. The covers are in poor condition in all volumes, but most of the text blocks are sound. By far the majority of pages do not have foxing, and all text is legible.

Author(s):
Charles Dickens
Condition:
Poor
Dimensions:
7" x 5"
Edition:
First thus
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Chapman and Hall, London
Title:
Dickens: 16 Works Bound in 12 Volumes. Leather Bindings. 1865-67

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