THE COMPLETE PEERAGE of England Scotland Ireland Great Britain and the United Kingdom Extant Extinct or Dormant later volumes A History of the House of Lords and All its Members from Earliest Times

COKAYNE, George E. (George Edward) revised by Vicary Gibbs, H. A. Doubleday, Duncan Warrand, Lord Howard de Walden, Geoffrey H. White, Peter W. Hammond

Published by St Catherine and Sutton, 1910
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Second edition enlarged. 15 volumes, quarto, green cloth all first as published, overall condition good, Volume V both the 1921 and the 1926 versions and volume XIV is the Addenda and Corrigenda published by Sutton in 1998 (fine condition). Volume 1 1910. AB-Adam to Basing: Good condition, rubbed and wear to corners, tanning to untrimmed edges, splitting to end papers binding holding, moderate foxing to outer leaves, otherwise clean, xxxviii plus 504 pages. Volume II 1912. Bass to Canning: Good+ condition, rubbed, spine repaired, binding firm, new end papers, tanning to untrimmed edges, vi, contents page, half-title, 661 pages. Volume III 1913. Canonteign to Cutts: good- condition, rubbed, corners worn, upper front and rear hinges worn, splitting between end papers, text block loosening, rear hinge strengthened with cloth library tape, tanning to untrimmed edges, little foxing to outer leaves, otherwise clean, v, contents page, half title, 648 pages. Volume IV 1916. Dacre to Dysart: Good condition, rubbed, spine repaired, new end papers, untrimmed edges tanned, some foxing to margins otherwise clean, v, addenda and corrigenda, contents page, half title, 773 pages. Volume V 1921. Eardly of Spalding to Gwydir: Very good condition, light tanning to untrimmed edges, catalogue label of Conservative club on front end paper, no other indication of library usage, xiv plus half title with Addenda and corrigenda on verso, 859 pages. Volume V 1926 and cancelling volume issued in 1921. Eardly of Spalding to Goojerat: Good- condition, spine sunned, wear to spine with rear hinge splitting, splitting to end papers, old cellulose tape repair stain made to front papers, tanning to untrimmed edges, viii, contents page, half title, 803 pages. (colophon: The Arden Press, W. H. Smith). Volume VI 1926. Gordon to Hurstpeirpoint: Very good condition, some wear to covers, spine repaired, new end papers, tanning to untrimmed edges, otherwise clean, viii, contents page, half title, 715 pages. Volume VII 1929. Husee to Linclonshire): good- condition, wear to extremities, text block loosening, old cellulose tape repairs to front papers and adhesive labels strengthening rear papers, browning to untrimmed edges, internally clean, v plus contents page, half title, 753 pages. Volume VIII 1932. Lindley to Moate: Good condition, spine and corners rubbed, tanning to untrimmed edges, splitting to front end papers, slight loosening, internally clean, v plus contents page, half title, 854 pages. Volume IX 1936. Moels to Nuneham: Good condition, rubbed and crease up centre of spine, tanning to untrimmed edges, splitting between front end papers, binding holding, internally clean, viii, half title799 pages plus further 173 pages separately paginated of appendixes. Volume X 1945. Oakham to Richmond: Good+ condition, tanning to untrimmed edges, internally clean and bright, xi plus 848 pages plus further separately paginated 136 pages of appendixes. Volume XI 1949. Rickerton to Sisonby: Good condition, top edges green, light wear, internally clean vii plus 748 pages plus further separately paginated 161 pages of appendixes. Volume XII ¿ Part I 1953. Skelmersdale to Towton: Good condition, light wear, top edges green, internally clean and bright, xi plus 816 pages plus further separately paginated 52 pages of appendixes. Volume XII ¿ Part II 1959. Tracton to Zouche: Good condition, loose sheet re the final volume (XII ¿ II), some rubbing, top edges green, splitting between end papers, binding holding, front free end paper creased, xi plus 963 pages plus further separately paginated 49 pages of appendixes. Volume XIII 1940. Peers Created 1901 to 1938: Good+ condition, top edges gilt, slight off setting to end papers, otherwise clean and in good order, xi plus half tittle 630 pages. (printed by Pitman Press, Bath). Volume XIV 1998. Addenda and Corrigenda: Fine condition, small quarto, green cloth, xviii, abbreviations page, 871 pages. 20kg est. [QP]. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: THE COMPLETE PEERAGE of England Scotland ...
Publisher: St Catherine and Sutton
Publication Date: 1910
Binding: Hardcover
Book Condition: Good

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