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DICKENS, Charles

Publication Date: 1908
From Boston Book Company, Inc. ABAA (Boston, MA, U.S.A.)

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DICKENS, Charles. WORKS OF CHARLES DICKENS, EDITION DE LUXE, 14 VOLUMES. Boston: C. T. Brainard Publishing Company, 1908. One of 1000 copies, unnumbered (although limitation page states the sets are numbered). Volumes I - IX, XI - XV. 8vo., half deep green leather sunned to caramel brown at spine, with gilt spine lettering and decoration, over green marbled paper covered boards. Seven volumes are slightly chipped at crown. Volume II is split at the front joint (backstrip only, binding intact). Top edges brightly gilt, many pages unopened. Monochrome frontispiece and plates, with title pages decorated in red and green. "With Introductions, Arguments, etc." Spines are headed "Dickens' Works". Near fine overall. As follows: I. Bleak House. 888 pp. II. Pickwick Papers. 817 pp. III. Our Mutual Friend. 857 pp. IV. David Copperfield. 882 pp. V. Nicholas Nickleby. 846 pp. VI. Dombey and Son. 898 pp. VII. Martin Chuzzlewit. 865 pp. VIII. Little Dorrit. 860 pp. IX. Christmas Books, Christmas Stories. 411 + 512 pp. XI. Barnaby Rudge, Hard Times. 646 + 269 pp. XII. A Tale of Two Cities, Uncommercial Traveller, Lazy Tour of Two Idle Apprentices, No Thoroughfare. 358 + 102 + 127 + 350 pp. XIII. The Old Curiosity Shop, Reprinted Pieces. 551 + 352 pp. XIV. Great Expectations, Master Humphrey's Clock, Mugby Junction, Mystery of Edwin Drood. 461 + 115 + 63 + 263 pp. XV. Child's History of England, Pictures From Italy, Hunted Down, Holiday Romance, George Silverman's Explanation, American Notes. 393 + 178 + 23 + 36 + 252 pp. One closed tear p. 26 (4th section). Bookseller Inventory # 80059

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Publication Date: 1908

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OUR STOCK of some 30,000 volumes includes one of the largest and finest inventories of books relating to Japan and East Asia in the country. In addition to a large general antiquarian stock, our areas of particular expertise are: children's books, photographica, Americana, historical archives, women's books, color plate books, early maps and atlases, sets and fine bindings, American and British literature, Japanese woodblock print books from the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries, and travel and exploration. We buy and sell books in all these categories. Through the years, we have issued over 50 catalogues of general antiquarian and literary materials, along with 30 catalogues relating to Japan and East Asia. Members of the firm travel extensively in America and Asia, to buy libraries and to attend bookfairs and auctions.

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