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Publisher: Various, Various,
(Around 100 seromns, 1870s.) Octavo, full black morocco by Edmond and Spark, Aberdeen, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. Various paginations, chiefly from The Penny Pulpit; some with drop-head title, others with full title: The First Five Minutes After Death; The New Covenant; The Great Exemplar; Religious Enthusiasm; The Solitude of Christ in Redemption; The Blood of Christ; Optimism, Pessimism, and Christianity; Christ's Coming Welcomed by the Redeemed; "A Very Sm... View more info
Publisher: Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1875
Edition: Second Edition.
(With a chapter on Perspective by A. MacDonald) Octavo, full panelled calf with decorations in blind, gilt lettering at spine, armorial gilt at front board ('VR'), marbled endpapers, colour fronts., x + 384pp., all edges tinted red, full-page colour and mono. illustrations. Full-page mono. and colour illustrations, text illustrations. Very small marginal stain at prelims., fronts., title., minimal; very minor and very inextensive foxing, colour plates with a touch of soi... View more info
By: WHEATLY, Charles
Publisher: London, Longman, Brown, and Co. &c., 1845
Edition: New Edition.
Octavo, half-calf, contrasting labels, gilt, moire silk boards, viii + 520pp. Discoloration at boards, some minor soiling black label faded, calf rubbed more at boards than at spine; edges tanned, text clean. A sound copy. View more info
Publisher: London, S. Sweet, 1851
Edition: Sixth Edition
Full tan calf, gilt in six compartments, red title label, three-line gilt rules and armorial decoration at both boards, marbled endpapers, lxvi + 517pp. all edges gilt. Light rubbing at calf, some fairly heavy foxing at blanks, both ends, printed leaves almost wholly unaffected. Prize bookplate. A good, sound copy. View more info
Publisher: London, Albion Press for James Cundee,
(1808-9: Select Modern Classics) Two volumes, small octavo, rebound in light tan half-calf with fresh endpapers, dark red cloth boards, marbled edges; vol. I (1808) xlvi + 340pp. , engraved portrait and half-title, five further full-page engravings; vol. II (1809) 374pp. , three full-page engraved plates. Offsetting at endpaper margins, a little marginal foxing at first two illustrations, slightly more foxing at first illustration and facing leaf in volume II, ot... View more info
By: PRUEN, Thomas
Publisher: London, For the author, by W. Nicol,
Edition: Re-arranged edition
Super royal octavo, very dark green half-leather, gilt lettering and plain gilt rules at spine, marbled boards, edges and endpapers,  640pp. First contents leaf (top third shaved off) for pp.1-190) bound-in preceding contents leaf for volume I (pp.191-640). Just a little foxing, chiefly at endpapers, with some of the same and a modicum of wear at final (errata) leaf. Sound, square, well-bound, very good. A re-issue of the earlier publication-in-parts, this volume wit... View more info
By: SADLEIR, Michael
Publisher: Oxford University Press, 1937
(Printed for the Bibliographical Society, a supplement to transactions, no. 12) Slim small quarto, quarter calf, raised bands, gilt lettering and decoration, marbled paper boards, original printed paper wraps boundinside fresh endpapers, mono. portrait fronts., xi + 103pp. , untrimmed, unopened, facsimile title pages &c. Wraps a little tanned, light scattered foxing, very minor stain at rear paste-down endpaper, minimal wear. Very good, sound. View more info
By: Moberly, R.C.
Publisher: London, John Murray, 1917
Octavo, tree calf prize binding, marbled endpapers, xxviii + 418pp. Very minor wear at head of spine, boards very slightly splayed. Still and attractive, sound volume, with armorial gilt of the Pilkington Prize, and bookplate noting award for public speaking to Philip Audley Brown (1922). More recent owner's inscription at corner facing. View more info
Publisher: London, George Routledge & Sons, 1905
Octavo, quarter vellum, art-Nouveau floral gilt with contrasting dark olive label at spine, eggshell blue cloth boards, marbled endpapers, half-title, fronts., xxii + 91pp. , 11 further full-page photogravures after drawings by Gilbert James, all with tissue-guards. Board margins tanned, internal tanning, not severe, some foxing, mostly light, marginal, more remarkable at endpapers and fronts., though again not at all heavy. Edges tanned, minimal wear. A sound copy, v... View more info
Publisher: Aberystwyth, D. Jenkins, 1843
Edition: First Edition
Octavo, tan half-calf, intricate gilt at spine, contrasting black title label with gilt lettering, marbled boards; viii + 172 including subscription list. Ex-library (stamped withdrawn) with accession number at bottom spine compartment only just visible. Very minor soiling at calf, foxing almost wholly confined to blank leaves. Early owner's signature preceding title page. A nice, sound little binding. View more info
By: HEINE, Heinrich
Publisher: Hamburg, Hoffmann und Campe, 1887
Edition: Sechsundfünfzigste Auflage.
Small octavo, crushed half-morocco by Hatchards of Piccadilly, marbled boards, endpapers and edges, xii + 312pp. Early Christmas gift inscription preceding half-title, some foxing at prelims., blanks, the main body of text scarcely affected. Binding with only very minor rubbing, quite well-preserved. A sound copy. View more info
Publisher: London, Swann Sonneschein & Co., 1895
Octavo, half-calf, gilt, dark purple cloth boards, xv + 565pp., sprinkled edges. Very minor marginal smudging at first few leaves, top edge darkened, very light rubbing at binding. Very good, sound, text clean. A well-preserved copy. View more info
Publisher: London, Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner, & Co., 1895
Edition: Fourth Edition.
Octavo, polished red calf by Bickers, rich gilt at spine with butterscotch lettering piece, marbled edges and endpapers, fronts., vi + 198pp., line vignette illustrations. Extremely minor blemishing at boards, just a touch of internal foxing, chiefly at prize bookplate. A sound, presentable copy, with gilt decoration of Ipswich High School at front board. View more info
Publisher: London, Bemrose and Sons, 1870
Small octavo, full black morocco, raised bands with title in gilt and red and gilt lozenges at spine, boards with decorated gilt borders, gilt dentelles and marbled endpapers, iv + 171pp. + 10pp. (these final pages constituting a poem, "In Memoriam - Charles Dickens"), all edges gilt. Bumped at bottom corners, slightly at top edge, otherwise binding well-preserved with just very light rubbing at bands; foxing largely confined to prelims., and at final few leaves. View more info
By: KENDRICK, A.F.
Publisher: London, Victorian and Albert Museum, 1925
Small quarto, dark blue half-calf, gilt lettering and decoration at spine, marbled boards and endpapers, original printed wraps bound-in, vii + 73pp., 24 mono. plates at rear. Faded at spine, light wear at extremities, vertical crease through early leaves, cosmetic only. Wraps tanned at margins. Text and illustrations clean. A sound copy. View more info