Plate Illustrations. Fine in J Near Fine Slipcase jacket. Octave The definitive, poignant history of one of poetry's great tragedies in a fine Folio Society edition, with near fine lightly edge-rubbed slipcase. Personally designed bookplate of the noted Anglophile collector William Dale Rudy, and no other marks. An attractive, scarce earlly Folio Society title.
Fine in Very Good Minus jacket. 208pp. 1952. 8vo. First edition thus in the Folio Society format. A lovely, fresh, clean, tight near fine copy in original very good minus jacket. Original publisher's quarter grey cloth over green cloth boards with gilt embossed title to the spine. No inscriptions. The text supported by a frontispiece and a number of other photographic plates in b/w. The jacket has not been price-clipped and remains very clean. A chip to the head of the spine (with loss of the word 'The' from the title and a chip to the tail of the spine but the 'FS' remain present with slight loss to the margins of the oval catouche which contain these letters. Slight chips to a couple of corners and to the head of the rear panel of the jacket. Several short tears to the margins of the jacket, which have been expertly repaired. A lovely, clean, tight fresh collectable copy in a clean and very largely complete jacket.
This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings inside. This book has hardback covers. In fair condition, suitable as a study copy. No dust jacket. Library sticker on front cover.
The last days of Shelley and Byron; being the complete text of Trelawny's 'Recollections'
by Edward John Trelawny, J. E. Morpurgo
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