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About this Item: P. F. Collier and Son, New York. Hard Back. Condition: Good. No Jacket. volume III only. good copy with some light general wear. unknown date but certainly late 1800s. binding fully attached with some loosening beginning. some light rubbing on covers. light edge and corner rubbing. tear at bottom of title page and front free end page.text pages clean and unmarked with some toning around edges. Includes Mahomet and His Successors, Life of Oliver Goldsmith, Bonneville's Adventures in the far west, The Crayon Papers, The Moorish Chronicles, Bracebridge Hall, Miscellanies From the Knickerbocker Magazine. 646 pages. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Seller Inventory # 017114

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Washington Irving

Published by The Century Company, New York (1909)

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About this Item: The Century Company, New York, 1909. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. A. castaugne, et al. (illustrator). This book is clean, tight, square with sharp corners and unmarked. It is very lightly rubbed. It has 344, bright, clear pages illustrated with black & white plates bound in gray cloth covered boards with fading gold titles in a blue box on the spine. Seller Inventory # 014178

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Irving, Washington

Published by G. P. Putnam's Sons, New York (1849)

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About this Item: G. P. Putnam's Sons, New York, 1849. Hardback, no dustjacket, two frontispieces with tissue guard, 379 pages. Author's revised edition complete in one volume, original 1849 edition; not the modern photocopy/reprint. Inscription in the front from previous owner, dated 1875. No marks or writing but warping to rear bottom corner due to water damage. Seller Inventory # 8737

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The Works of Washington Irving, Volume III.: Irving, Washington

About this Item: Pollard & Moss, 1882. Hard Cover. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. A few pages lightly foxed. 1882 Hard Cover. We have more books available by this author! xiv, 424, [2] pp. Tall 8vo. Includes color frontispiece protected with tissue guard, and numerous color plates. Irving is most well-known for The Legend of Sleepy Hollow and the tale of Rip Van Winkle, though he also numerous other stories, as well as a biography of President George Washington and a history of the United States Navy. Includes: Mahomet and His Successors; Life of Oliver Goldsmith; Bonneville's Adventures in the Far West; The Crayon Papers; The Moorish Chronicles; Bracebridge Hall; Miscellanies from the Knickerbocker Magazine. Seller Inventory # 2266407

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Irving, Washington

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About this Item: The Century Company, New York, 1909. Hard Cover. Condition: Very Good Plus. 11. Edition, So Stated. Publisher's '1909' date on title page. Fulton edition. A handsome copy hard bound in publisher's blue cloth covers with black background titwl label and gilt letters on spine cover. 192 and 152 numbered pages. Illustrated. Spine ends and corners rubbed some. A one inch small and faint stain on front cover. Otherwise a tight, clean, complete copy with very clean internals. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Seller Inventory # 054997

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About this Item: P.F. Collier, New York. Irving, Washington. The Works of Washington Irving. Mahomet and his successors. Life of Oliver Goldsmith. Bonneville's. Adventures in the Far West. The Crayon Papers. The Moorish Chronicles. Bracebridge Hall. Miscellanies from the Knickerbocker magazine. Volume III. New York, P.F. Collier, principios del siglo XX. Características: Regular estado general. Pasta dura en tela editorial. Letras doradas sobre tapa superior. Lomo lastimado en la parte superior. Tapas raspadas en los bordes inferiores derechos. Tapa superior manchada en la esquina inferior derecha. Guardas limpias. Cantos limpios. Incluye interesantes grabados. 646 p. (26.5 x 18 cm) Peso: 1.100 g. Libro. Seller Inventory # 6622

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Irving, Washington

Published by George Putnam, New York (1849)

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About this Item: George Putnam, New York, 1849. Half-Leather. Condition: Near Fine. This was Irving's first book written entirely in the US following his seventeen year stay in Europe. He was worried that Tour of the Prairies was too simple and not strong enough to stand on its own as a book. In January of 1835 he hit upon the idea of publishing it as the first volume in a multi-volume series he would call The Crayon Miscellany. Very good, bound in half leather with 5 raised bands. Volume IX of Irving's works. Seller Inventory # 007928

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Irving, Washington

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From: Jason's Bookstore (Altadena, CA, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: The Century Co. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. B000HWW52C Neat little vintage copy from 1909. Hardcover- In excellent shape! I can send expedited rate if you chose; otherwise it will promptly be sent via media rate. Have any questions? Email me; I'm happy to help! Select Expedited Shipping (just $2 more) to get your book as fast as possible!. Seller Inventory # SKU1021804

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The Works of Washington Irving, Seventeen Volumes: Irving, Washington

About this Item: John R. Anderson, New York / Campbell Printing House, 1883. Hard Cover. Condition: Good. No Jacket. Boards lightly rubbed with minor loss from spine ends of a few volumes, pages heavily toned, Groton Literary Union Library bookplate on front endpaper of each, front hinge of Granada volume loosening. We have more books available by this author. No date - late 19th century. Seventeen of Irving's works in nine hardcover volumes. No indication of whether this set included further volumes, though it lacks some of Irving's works (e.g. Oliver Goldsmith). Original brown-orange cloth, paper spine labels. Includes: Tales of a Traveller / Salmagundi; A History of New York. by Diedrich Knickerbocker / Spanish Voyages of Discovery; The Sketch Book [of Geoffrey Crayon, Gent.] / Moorish Chronicles / Abbotsford and Newstead Abbey; Bracebridge Hall, or, The Humorists / [Tales of] The Alhambra; The Conquest of Granada / The Crayon Papers; The Conquest of Spain / Astoria, or, Anecdotes of an Enterprise; Mahomet and His Successors; The Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus, Volume I; The Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus, Volume II / Wolfert's Roost, and Miscellanies / A Tour of the Prairies. Seller Inventory # 1808440

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The Works of Washington Irving, in Twelve: Irving, Washington

About this Item: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1881. Half-Leather. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. Reissue. Spines a bit faded, edges a bit rubbed, ink name stamp (G.W. Miller) on front flyleaf of each volume. 1881 Half-Leather. We have more books available by this author! Irving's works in twelve uniform half leather volumes, comprising The Author's Revised Edition. Brown leather spines and corners, marbled boards, endpapers, and edges, gilt titles and decorations. Each volume includes engraved frontispiece protected with tissue guard. Irving is most well-known for The Legend of Sleepy Hollow and the tale of Rip Van Winkle, though he also numerous other stories, as well as a biography of President George Washington. Includes: The Alhambra; Bracebridge Hall; Astoria; Captain Bonneville; Life and Voyages of Columbus; The Companions of Columbus; The Crayon Miscellany; Conquest of Granada; Oliver Goldsmith; Mahomet and His Successors; Knickerbocker's New York; Salmagundi; Spanish Papers; Biographies and Miscellanies; The Sketch Book; Tales of a Traveller; Life of Washington; Wolfert's Roost. Seller Inventory # 2270478

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About this Item: Peter Fenelon Collier January 1897, 1897. Hardcover. Condition: Acceptable. 6 volumes have small tears or pieces missing at top and/or bottom of spines; some dusting to non-gilt bottom page ends; otherwise good clean tight copies. Seller Inventory # 73635

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About this Item: George P. Putnam, New York, 1848. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Remarkable 14 volume set (missing volume 1) of Irving's Works but most importantly includes a facsimile letter from Washington Irving to his publisher George Putnam. According to Historic Hudson Valley (the proprietors of Irving's estate Sunnyside in Irvington, NY), only a few copies of this facsimile letter exist and can be found in such collections as the Library of Congress, Harvard, Va. -Barrett, National Library of Scotland, New York State Library, Huntington Library, and Rosenberg Library of Galveston, Texas. Apparently these realistic copies were distributed by Putnam as promotional pieces in the 1800s. The letter from this set is laid in (pasted on the top rear) & folded inside the front cover of Vol 15 (The Alhambra). The letter is dated "Sunnyside Dec. 27th 1852" and reads: "My Dear Sir - Your parcel of books reached on Christmas morning. Your letter not being addressed to Dearman went to Tarrytown and did not come to hand until today. My nieces join with me in thanking you for the beautiful books you have sent us, and to you and Mrs. Putnam your wishes for a merry Christmas and a happy New Year. For my own especial part let me say how sensibly I appreciate the kind tone and expressions of your letter; but as to your talk of obligations to me I am conscious of none that have not been fully counterbalanced on your part; and I take pleasure in expressing the great satisfaction I have derived, throughout all our intercourses, from your amiable, obliging, and honorable conduct. Indeed I never had dealings with any man, whether in the way of business or friendship, more perfectly free from any alloy. That those dealings have been profitable is mainly owing to your own sagacity and enterprise. You had confidence in the continued vitality of my writings when____had almost persuaded me they were defunct. You called them again into active existence and gave them a circulation that I believe has surprised even yourself. In rejoicing at their success my satisfaction is doubly enhanced by the idea that you share in the benefits derived from it. Wishing you that continued prosperity in business which your upright enterprising, tasteful and liberal mode of conducting it merits, and is calculated to insure; and again invoking on you and yours a happy New Year. I remain very truly and heartily yours, Washington Irving." Of note, this letter first appeared in the Life & Letters of Washington Irving as compiled by his nephew Pierre. However, it was errantly transcribed by Pierre and is missing the line "had almost persuaded me they were defunct" which is in this letter. This 14 volume set was published between 1848 and 1851 (Author's Revised Edition). Dark green hardcover boards with embossed designs and gilt lettering on the spines. All bindings are tight with generally light wear to the edges, previous owner's bookplates inside, light soiling & occasional foxing to the pages (primarily the edges), page edges dusty and lightly soiled. The letter itself is in very good state with light age toning & creases from the fold, a few very minor tears to the edges, the ink is still fresh & dark. Seller Inventory # 4517

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