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Evelina or the History of a Young Lady's Entrance Into the World

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Product description

Printed for W. Lowndes No. 77 Fleet Street, London, 1791. Leather covered boards. Book Condition: Very Good Plus. A New Edition in Two Volumes. 2 volumes (259, 233 pages). Leather covered hard boards in very good plus condition, with gold tooling on spine and engraved illustrated title pages. Corners slightly bumped. Front hinge of vol. 1 worn slightly loose and cover a little cracked at adjacent to spine. Binding to vol. 2 sound. Board have a little rubbing and foredges have minor tanning. Text blocks in both volumes in very good condition, just the usual wear for a book of its age. A little staining to title page of vol. 1 and ffep. Contains two leaves of plates as frontispieces (black and white engravings). Bookplates inscribed 'Mexborough' pasted on inside front cover in both volumes. Ffep of both volumes also bear inscription 'E. Ingleby' in black ink. Size: 11 x 19 Cm.

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Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback

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Printed for W. Lowndes No. 77 Fleet Street, London, 1791. Leather covered boards. Book Condition: Very Good Plus. A New Edition in Two Volumes. 2 volumes (259, 233 pages). Leather covered hard boards in very good plus condition, with gold tooling on spine and engraved illustrated title pages. Corners slightly bumped. Front hinge of vol. 1 worn slightly loose and cover a little cracked at adjacent to spine. Binding to vol. 2 sound. Board have a little rubbing and foredges have minor tanning. Text blocks in both volumes in very good condition, just the usual wear for a book of its age. A little staining to title page of vol. 1 and ffep. Contains two leaves of plates as frontispieces (black and white engravings). Bookplates inscribed 'Mexborough' pasted on inside front cover in both volumes. Ffep of both volumes also bear inscription 'E. Ingleby' in black ink. Size: 11 x 19 Cm.

Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback

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