Published by Folio Society, London, 1999
Seller: Bungalow Books, ABAA, Pueblo, U.S.A.
Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Second Printing. Five volumes in an illustrated slipcase. The fifth volume, The Making of the Middle Ages, has rubbing to the spine, affecting some of the gilt. The slipcase is sound, and only modestly rubbed. Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Published by London: The Folio Society, 1998
Seller: Bow Windows Bookshop (ABA, ILAB), Lewes, United Kingdom
Five volumes. 8vo. Publisher's alternating red and green cloth, gilt and purple lettering and decoration to the spines and upper boards, green slipcase with matching decoration to the sides. Illustrations. Slight dustiness to the slipcase, a very good set.
Published by Folio Society, London, 1999
Hardcover. Condition: Fine. The Folio Society. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Beautiful copy in like Slipcase. SU.
Published by Folio Society, London, 1998
Hardbacks. Condition: Fine Condition. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine Slipcase. Limited.
Published by The Folio Society, London, 1998
Hardcover. Condition: Fine. No Jacket. Five volume set issued by the Folio Society consisting of The Birth of the Middle Ages,395-814 by H. St. L.B. Moss; The Crucible of the Middle Ages by Geoffrey Barraclough; The Making of the Middle Ages by R.W. Southern; The High Middle Ages by John H. Mundy; and The Waning of the Middle Ages by J. Huizinga. All five volumes fine condition in the original slipcase. All bindings strong, clean, crisp and tight. Slipcase in near fine condition. All volumes bound in red and green cloth with elaborate gilt cover designs and spine lettering. Indexes, bibliographies, color illustrations. Because of size and weight international and priority orders will have SIGNIFICANT extra shipping charges.
Published by Folio Society, London, England, 1998
Hardcover. Condition: As New. David Eccles (illustrator). The Folio Society published this set of five 'As New' condition hardbacks with its 'Fine' condition slip case in the UK in 1998. Each of the volumes was written by a leading historian with expertise in the subject. The titles of the books are: (i) The Birth of the Middle Ages 395-814; (ii) The Crucible of the Middle Ages, the Ninth and Tenth Centuries in European History; (iii) The Making of the Middle Ages' (iv) The High Middle Ages 1150-1309; and (v) The Waning of the Middle Ages The books are all bound with full green or red cloth with a design in purple and gold by the artist David Eccles. The Dark Green slip case is patterned in purple and gold with the same design used on the binding. There are colour plates in each volume, showing manuscripts, statuary, bas-reliefs, buildings and artefacts. The spine titles and front cover design are in gilt. The size of the slip-cased set in inches is 9.3 high x 7.3 depth x 7.8 width. The set weighs circa 5.0 kg. As with all our sales of books within the UK, we only ever charge a flat standard delivery cost of £3.35. Overseas buyers will be asked to agree to pay extra additional delivery costs as the set weighs over 1 kg.
Published by London, Folio Society, Third printing 1999., 1999
5 vols. 321+216+284+443+341pp. Large 8vo. Original decorated cloth. Colour frontis and plates throughout. A near fine set in slipcase.
Published by The Folio Society, London,, 1998
Five hardcover volumes, octavo; hardcover with gilt-decorated spines and upper boards, and decorated endpapers; 1605pp. [321pp. + 216pp. + 284pp. + 443pp. + 341pp.], 5 full-colour frontispieces and 80pp. of colour plates and monochrome maps. Mild wear; boards a bit rubbed; spine heads pulled on most volumes (but not split); a bump to the fore-edge of the second volume. No dustwrappers as issued. Slipcase is heavily scuffed and rubbed with a sticker ghost to the top panel. Very good. Postage quoted is for a standard format octavo book. Final charges may vary depending on size and weight.
Published by The Folio Society, London, 2000, 2000
Five Volumes. The Birth of The Middle Ages,The Crucible of The Middle Ages, The Making of The Middle Ages, The High Middle Ages, The Waning of The Middle Ages.Colour frontispiece to each volume and many other illustrationsand maps.Red and Green decorated cloth in slipcase. A Fine Set in A Fine Slipcase.