333pp, (6.5x10 inches), with introductory notes by John Mason Brown and Carl Van Doren, illustrations by Rene Ben Sussan. F/NF/VG. Harcover with glassine DJ in slipcase. The book is lovely, glassine is fragile, has a trace of wear to edges, but no tears or chipping. Slipcase is sunned, has a couple little spots, but tight and sound.
Rene Ben Sussan. Very good. No dust jacket as issued. Pages and illustrations are bright and unmarked throughout, binding is good. Book is in near fine condition. Slip case has edge tears. 333 p.,  leaves of plates: col. ill.; 26 cm. Includes Illustrations.
Rene Ben Sussan. Very Good + Book. 9 1/2 h x 6 1/2w. A real nice clean 333 page Heritage Press Classics hardcover. Interior text is clean and tight in binding. Picture showing is scan of our book. Has color illustrations and frontispiece. Slip case has some wear but book is OK.
Sussan, Rene Ben. Good. No dust jacket. Some scratches on spine, but overall, book is in very good condition. 333 p.,  leaves of plates: col. ill.; 26 cm. Includes Illustrations. Book in original slipcase (fair-good condition) with Heritage Club Sandglass insert.
Very Good. No Jacket. Size: 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall; Type: Hard Back Heritage Press Hardcover Book in Very Good + Condition with Slipcase also in VG Condition. Masterly English Comedies first produced in 1775 and 1777. This edition printed at the Curwen Press in London for The Heritage Press of New York. No publication date stated. c 1980. Introductory Notes by John Mason Brown and Carl Van Doren with delightful illustrations by Rene Ben Sussan. Of the usual Heritage Press excellent quality and beauty. Binding of Ivory linen with grayish-green small line sketches of various characters in the plays all over the front and back panels. Red title block on backstrap gilt titled. There is a pale stain on the lower part of the backstrap, otherwise the book is in Fine condition. Interior is pristine. Frontis: full color illustration of "Mrs. Malaprop"--perfect. Slipcase is grey-green, light; y sunned, along opening edges; clean, unmarked, no edgewear, solid slipcase. 333 pages. 6.75 x 10. The Heritage Press, c. 1980.
Very Good + in Slipcase-Very Good++ jacket. 333 pages, printed at the Curwen Press, introductory notes by John Mason Brown. Illustrated with 12 color plates by Rene Ben Sussan. cloth binding with figural design in light blue. Top edge red, title block in red on the spine, with gold lettering. Spine is lightly sunned and there is some toning around the edges of the front and back boards. Firm blue slipcase with light toning at edges. Sandglass VI: 18 laid in.
The rivals and The school for scandal : two comedies
by Richard Brinsley Sheridan
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