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  1. Fourth edition. cii, 724 pp, 33 maps and 48 plans, ISBN barcode label pasted down on front free endpaper, ink signature on title-page and endpapers; publisher's red cloth gilt; overall a very good copy.

  2. First edition in book form, early issue (with 'visiter' for 'sister' on p.u 123, 'latter' for 'letter', p. 160; 'flys' for 'flies', p. 245; 'visiters' for 'visitors', p. 272, 'incontestible' for 'incontestable' p. 297; 'suprise' for 'surpise' p. 586) but only first and second plates with imprint of Chapman and Hall, therefore frontispiece, the third and fourth plates, are second issue (cf. Smith I, 5, p. 42) ; 8vo (215 x 140 mm); half-title, engraved portrait of Dickens after Daniel Maclise (mildly spotted), 39 engraved plates by H.K. Browne [Phiz], bottom of plate opposite p. 25 reinforced at gutter, small hole repair to inner margin of plate opposite p. 322,toning and sporadic spotting to some plates and printed title but compared to most copies, relatively clean and bright; later half tan calf over marbled boards gilt, with matching endpapers and edges, mild wear at commensurate with age, otherwise a very handsome copy.

    some minor toning and a few spots to plates, portrait of Dickens spotted (as usual) with transfer onto title-page opposite, plate 37 ('The breaking up at Dotheby's Hall') bound out of sequence after p. 620, small closed tears to list of plates professionally repaired at outer margin, very small loss to upper corner of pp. 501-502 (not affecting text);

  3. First edition. 4to ( 27.5 x 20 cm), 175pp, [9]. profusely illustrated with black and white illustrations after photographs, Times colour supplement celebrating the conquest inserted loose; publisher's black cloth, spine lettered in silver; publisher's pictorial dust-wrapper, worn along corners and edges; overall a very good copy.

  4. Thirteenth edition; xxxv, [1], 612pp, 65 maps, 19 plans, 11 panoramas, previous owner's signature and stamp on front free endpaper; publisher's red cloth gilt, gilt lettering partly dulled, otherwise a very good copy.

  5. First edition. 8vo., (23 x 16 cm), xx, 299pp., numerous photographic plates throughout (8 in colour), 3 maps and several other illustrations in the text, INSCRIBED to the previous owner by John Hunt on title page, The Guardian newspaper obituary of John Hunt inserted loosely before title-page; publisher's original blue cloth gilt, original pictorial dust wrapper, extremities worn, spine faded; otherwise a very good copy.

  6. First edition xviii, 452pp, 19 maps, 64 plans; publisher's red cloth gilt; a near mint copy.

  7. Twenty-fifth edition. xl, 604pp, 77 maps, 21 plans, and 14 panoramas, previous owner's ink signature on endpapers and title-page; publisher's red cloth gilt; an excellent copy.

  8. First edition; 8vo (238 x 159 mm); half-title, dedication leaf, 279pp., very light toning, otherwise internally clean; original black cloth, spine lettered in gilt, unclipped dust-jacket, binding in very good condition, spine of dust-jacket slightly sunned/

  9. First edition thus; 4to (285 x 230 mm); 12 mounted colour plates by Edward J. Detmold; publisher's cream gilt boards after a design by Detmold, edges uncut, as published, contemporary ink gift presentation to balnk verso of upper front free endpaper, spine darkened (as usual) some surface soiling, mostly to rear, spine ends and corners light bumped, otherwise very good and internally fine.

  10. First edition, sole impression; 8vo; portrait frontispiece, foxing throughout as usual; publisher's buff wrappers, blue paper title label to front wrapper printed in black, a very decent copy.



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