Slate blue cloth with gilt decorations and titles, 4to, pages, illustrated endpapers, tipped in color illustrations by Hugh Thomson throughout; boards are quite edge worn, especially to corners and head and tail of spine where the cloth has worn down to reveal board underneath, spine dust soiled, rear board mottled near spine, pages age toned, appears to be missing a preliminary, probably a half title page. A charming and elegantly decorated edition of this classic play first performed in Green cloth boards with gilt lettering, 7.
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Boards are lightly edge worn, gilt is bright, deckle edge pages are a bit toned. A handsome copy containing works about many of the great authors including Virgil, Chaucer, Tasso, and Swift. View more info. By: Harris, Joel Chandler. Red cloth decorated with embossed black and gilt titles, 12mo, pages, four black and white engravings by E. Boyd Smith throughout; a slight ripple to cloth of front board at fore edge, wear to extremities, presentation plate adhered to front paste down. Twelve short stories revolving around the Civil War by the author of Uncle Remus.
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Pictorial blue cloth, 7. This was the first illustrated edition of Steinbeck's Pulitzer Prize winning novel of the Great Depression.
Benton's striking period illustrations only enhance the work, and the binding is stunning. Publisher: Limited Editions Club: By: Marryatt [Marryat], Frederick. Publisher: New York, H. Derby: The books range in condition, some with only lig Publisher: Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill:. Green decorated in red and black, boards are clean and square with wear at extremities, pages lightly toned with age, binding sound. David Kent has always been more or less of a failure, although talented. Now, with everything at stake--including the woman he loves and her inheritance--he must give everything in an attempt to save a railroad that everything hinges on in some fashion or another.
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