3/4 leather and marbled boards, as well as marbled end papers and marbled page edges. Ornate gilt designed spine. Some wear to covers mostly at some corners and edges, otherwise a very good copy--overall clean, bright and structurally sound.
Good. No Dustjacket. 7" Tall By 4 1/2" Wide. 262 pages. No Dustjacket. Hard Cover. Brown hardback binding, 2.5cm splits to top outer hinges, 1cm loss to top spine-end, chips to bottom spine-end, spine title-label largely chipped off. Wear/small frays to lightly curled boards' corners, ink name dated 1842 to flyleaf. Page-edges darkened. pages very clean and sound.
Very Good. Book A very good edition of Henry Taylor's play'Edwin The Fair: An Historical Drama'. Henry Taylor (1800-1886)was a nineteenth-century English dramatist and poet, official, and man of letters. He was very well-connected during his time, and became acquainted with the likes of Charles Austin, John Stuart Mill and some of the Benthamites. Inscribed by the author to Henry Holland, Esq., M. D, F. R. S. Binders ink stamp titledHoddson Binder-Liverpool to front free-endpaper. Condition: In a calf binding. Externally sound, though a trifle rubbed with some wear to extremities. Internally firmly bound, with very bright and clean pages throughout. Ex libris bookplate to front pastedown. Overall: VERY GOOD INDEED.
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