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Titre : Private Correspondence of William Cowper Esq...
Éditeur : Henry Colborn
Etat du livre : Good
Description du livre Henry Colborn, London, 1824. Hardcover. État : Fine. No Jacket. 1st Edition. First edition Full leather binding gilt embossed on spine and edges. Marbled endpapers and edges nice book plate. hardback. xxxii + 378 pp + x + 349pp 2 fine engraved plates slightly foxed but contents otherwise Very Good Hinges cracked and leather lost from bottom panel of volume two Good condition overall. No dust jacket. N° de réf. du libraire 41640
Description du livre Henry Colborn, 1824. Hardcover. État : Good. Cover shows moderate wear and tear, original boards are rubbed and soiled, rebacked. Former owner's signature on the front pastedown. Pages are tanned with minor soiling/staining and foxing, text and pictures are intact and unmarred. N° de réf. du libraire mon0001580438
Description du livre Henry Colburn, New Burlington Street, & Simpkin and Marshall, London, 1824. Hardcover. État : Good. First Edition. Two volumes; 8vo; xxxii & 378, x & 349 pages; with 2 portrait-frontispieces (William Cowper and Mrs Unwin); hardback (leather): contemporary half calf with marbled paper-covered boards, five raised bands to spines, with leather labels in two compartments, gilt decoration in the others; leather rubbed and worn, upper joint of volume one split, but still holding, small split at bottom of spine of volume two; frontispieces foxed and offset onto title-pages, which are also browned, and a few spots of foxing elsewhere, but contents generally clean and bright. Still an attractive set. The editor, 'Johnny' Johnson was a cousin of Cowper's, and rector of Yaxley in Norfolk, close to where the poet spent his last months. N° de réf. du libraire 005027