The Charles Dickens Birthday Book
His Eldest Daughter [Mary "Mamie" Dickens] (compiler & editor); His Youngest Daughter [Kate Dickens Perugini] (illustrator)
397pp. 5 b&w illus. NF hardback in semi-rigid leather binding with gilt stamped titles to spine and front cover, all edges gilt, very minor edgewear, internally clean (no markings) & tight, no DJ. Bookseller Inventory # 14018
Title: The Charles Dickens Birthday Book
Publisher: Thomas Whittaker
Publication Date: 1882
Binding: Hard Cover
Book Condition: Near Fine
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