Near Fine. 8vo. 663pp. Or brown cloth with black & gilt lines and title ingilt. Top edge gilt. Corners lightly bumped, tiny spot on spine, slightest of edge wear to head and tail of spine, blind stamp on title page, booksellers label inside rear cover. Bright fresh clean tight copy. Collection of some of Robert Brownings poetry in a lovely little volume.
Near Fine. 8vo Original cloth, only lightly rubbed, gilt decorations, gilt lettering to spine, top edges gilt. Provenance via book label of F. Chamberlin; Poems by one of the preeminent poets of Victorian England, Robert Browning master of the art of dramatic verse.
Good in good dust jacket. The text is clean and neat. 663 pages, toning to page edges. Boards have minor handling soil, several scuffs, wear to edges, fraying at top and bottom of spine, corners rounded. Letting gilded, gilded bands at the top of the front board, nice. No previous owner's name. The hinges are cracked, spine begining to separate, still intact, the signatures are snug.
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