Chicago, Rand McNally, 1st, 1925, Book: Good, Dust Jacket: None, 242 pages.Color, black & white illustrations by J. Clinton Shepherd. Gift inscription on half title page. Cover has light wear to corners and spine edge. Book edge lightly soiled.
Hardcover. New York, John W. Lovell, Reprint, Book: Good, Dust Jacket: None, With Pausanias, the Spartan and Calderon, the Courtier. From his Collected Works. B&W frontis. Front hinge cracked, otherwise very good. Maroon cloth with gilt lettering on spine.
Hardcover. London, Merrill & Baker, 1st Thus, 1900, Book: Good, Dust Jacket: None, 578 pages (Vol. I) and 572 pages (Vol. II). Limited edition, #109 of 500. Introduction by Richard Garnett, editor. 102 captioned b/w illustrations by various artists, including two illustrated title pages, a photograph of Dickens's birthplace, and a steel engraving portrait of Dickens. Color frontispiece in each volume. Half leather binding with raised spine bands, marble boards, and marble endpapers. Gilt lettering and decoration on spine. Some parts of leather are turning green. Light wear to cover edges, and minor chipping to spine edges. Minor fraying to tops of spines. Small splits in bottom of hinges. Previous owner's bookplate on inside front covers. Top edge gilt. Deckled page edges. Very Good.
Hardcover. NY, Atlantic Monthly, 1st, 1997, Book: Near Fine, Dust Jacket: Near Fine, 356 pages. Dark blue boards, black cloth spine with orange metallic titles, illustrated dust jacket with mylar protective covering, endpapers decorated with red map of Southern Blue Ridge mountains. Circular sticker to front panel of dust jacket with praise from John Berendt, author of Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. No wear to dust jacket or covers, pages crisp and unmarked, stiff binding; an excelptionally clean, tight copy in excellent condition.
Hardcover. Boston, Roberts Brothers, 1st, 1897, Book: Very Good, Dust Jacket: None, 133 pages, gray cloth with black and gilt design. Cover with light soil. Faint water stain to first 10 pages along top quarter of fore-edge. Gruesome frontispiece photo of hanging.