Good with no dust jacket. We fit archival quality clear acrylic covers for additional protection whenever possible.; 262 pages; Ticknor & Fields, 1852. Good condition with spine cover heavily chipped, brown binding is embossed. Foxing.
Good. London: Edward Moxon, 1851. Handsomely bound copy of the seventh edition with the armorial bookplate of James Fitz Gerald Bannatyne on the front pastedown. Full saddle brown morocco leather over beveled boards with gilt spine lettering and extensive decoration in blind, raised spine bands, all edges gilt and elaborately gauffered, gilt tooled inner dentelles, 376 pages. Covers rubbed with heavier scuffing to the corners and spine ends, some roughness to the spine head, joints good, front hinge lightly cracked but secure, engnapers a little grubby, location and date at upper corner of front free endpaper, bookseller blindstamp at opposite corner, pages otherwise lightly age-toned but clean with no other markings. Seventh Edition. Hard Cover. Good. 16mo-over 5¾"-6¾" tall.
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