THE MELLSTOCK EDITION (37-Volume Collected Works, Signed By Hardy, Unopened and in Superb Original ... THE MELLSTOCK EDITION (37-Volume Collected Works, Signed By Hardy, Unopened and in Superb Original ... THE MELLSTOCK EDITION (37-Volume Collected Works, Signed By Hardy, Unopened and in Superb Original ... THE MELLSTOCK EDITION (37-Volume Collected Works, Signed By Hardy, Unopened and in Superb Original ...

THE MELLSTOCK EDITION (37-Volume Collected Works, Signed By Hardy, Unopened and in Superb Original Dust Jackets)

Hardy, Thomas

Published by Macmillan, 1919
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Title: THE MELLSTOCK EDITION (37-Volume Collected ...

Publisher: Macmillan

Publication Date: 1919

Binding: Decorative Cloth

Illustrator: William Strang

Book Condition: Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Fine

Signed: Signed by Author

Edition: First Edition, Thus.

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Hardy, Thomas. THE MELLSTOCK EDITION OF THE WORKS. London: Macmillan, 1919-1920. 37 volumes, 8vo, original blue publisher's cloth designed with stunningly handsome and generous gilt ornamentation, untrimmed. Frontispiece portrait by William Strang. Map of Wessex. First edition, one of 500 copies SIGNED by Hardy. By overwhelming consensus, this edition is considered the most desirable complete collection of Hardy's masterful writings, the lifework of perhaps the only English writer to achieve enduring fame as both novelist AND poet. This set is unopened and unread, and absolutely FINE. Remarkably, each of the 37 volumes still wears its original dust jacket, all of which are uniformly white, bright, and virtually without blemish. Preserved for nearly a century in pristine, untouched condition. At any given time, one can find a dozen sets of the Mellstock Edition for sale, rebound or in varying conditions of original cloth. Why settle for anything less than the best? Purdy pp.287-288. Bookseller Inventory # 001756

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