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Winifred Rosen

Published by Knopf, U. S. A. (1981)

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From: Three Geese in Flight Celtic Books (Los Angeles, CA, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: Knopf, U. S. A., 1981. Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Paul O. Zelinsky (illustrator). First American Edition... U. S. A.: Knopf, 1981. Book. Illus. by Paul O. Zelinsky. Fine. Hardcover. First American Edition. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Fine Hardcover with Near Very Good Dust Jacket Here are three flowing romantic re- tellings of Arthurian medieval romance. 'Merlin and Niniane, Enid and Geraint, Gawain and Dame Ragnell Beautifully retold with large print and illus. Not Price Clipped. NOT a library book. only light shelf wear, closed tear and a few tiny jacket chips to jacket. Great gift to a lover of Camelot. Seller Inventory # 012933

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Tennyson Lord Alfred

Published by London: MacMillan, 1892, London (1892)

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From: Archive (Sth Hobart, TAS, Australia)

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About this Item: London: MacMillan, 1892, London, 1892. Cloth. No Jacket. First Edition. No Jacket. First Edition. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Book is very good with tight binding and white pages. Cloth has light handling wear with a chipped and tanned spine. Marked " Specimen Not For Sale " in Gilt to the lower front, pp 125, Notes to the marriage of Geraint, Notes to Geraint and Enid. index to notes, With an Introduction By G.C. Macaulay. Seller Inventory # 003969

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DORÉ, Gustave (illustrates).

Published by E. Moxon, London. [1879] (1879)

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From: Peter Ellis, Bookseller, ABA, ILAB (London, United Kingdom)

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About this Item: E. Moxon, London. [1879], 1879. First edition in book form. Quarto. pp [vi], 159-216. Nine tissue-guarded engraved plates from drawings by Gustave Doré. Preface by G.R.E., the presumed translator. The pagination suggests that the book was one of a series bound up from an original parts issue of various arthurian legends. Original binding of blue decorative cloth blocked in gilt, black and blind. All edges gilt.A bit of foxing here and there. Head and tail of spine slightly scuffed. Very good indeed. Scarce in such bright condition. Seller Inventory # DORÉGUST019879

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About this Item: Moxon, London, 1860. Hardcover. Condition: Fine. First Edition. [late 1860s?]. Large quarto, [vi], [69]-110 and [vi], [159]-216 pages with 9 full-page engravings by Gustav Dore in each part. Contemporary padded full morocco with gilt-decorated raised bands and decorations on the spine, single gilt rules with trefoil corner pieces on both covers and extensive gilt tooling on the turnovers, with thick dark green endpapers decorated with a gilt floral pattern; extremities slightly rubbed; essentially a fine copy in a fine colonial binding (the binder's ticket of E.S. Wigg and Son, Adelaide, is on the rear pastedown). The book has the gilt initials F.D.H. (Frances Diana Hope, 1860-1948) on the front cover, and the gilt-tooled and -lettered leather label on the pastedown: 'Presented by the / Clare Reading Circle / 1896'. Frances Hope was the first-born child of John Hope, who settled in the Clare district in 1846. The Hope family's association with the historic property known as 'Wolta Wolta' ended recently after 160 years. Please use the 'Ask Bookseller a Question' link below to confirm availability and postage charges. Seller Inventory # 77266

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