The Works of Charles Dickens Household Edition: Sketches By Boz; The Mystery of Edwin Drood Reprinted Pieces and Other Stories; Barnaby Rudge; Hard Times; A Tale of Two Cities; The Uncommercial Traveller.

The Works of Charles Dickens Household Edition: Sketches By Boz; The Mystery of Edwin Drood Reprinted Pieces and Other Stories; Barnaby Rudge; Hard Times; A Tale of Two Cities; The Uncommercial Traveller.
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London: Chapman and Hall, n.d. [1871-1880]. 6 vols., 4to. Please see below for the discussion of states and pagination. All volumes in green publisher’s cloth decorated in black, blind, and gilt with yellow endpapers. All 6 volumes have some rubbing to the edges of the boards and slight fraying at the corners with some scattered foxing. All except Hard Times and Barnaby Rudge have the Charles Dickens Centenary “A Tribute to Genius” label affixed to recto of frontispiece, and with bookplate of Robert Davidson affixed to front pastedown of Barnaby Rudge. First edition thus, “sixth set” according to Podeschi D66. Sketches By Boz...: viii, 240 pp., 34 engravings including frontis and title vignette by F. Barnard. The Mystery of Edwin Drood Reprinted Pieces and Other Stories: [ii], 348 pp., 30 engravings including frontis and title vignette by L. Fildes, E. G. Dalziel, and F. Barnard. Barnaby Rudge...: x, 322 pp., with 46 engravings by F. Barnard including frontis and title vignette by F. Barnard.Hard Times: [vi], 134 pp., with 20 engravings including frontis and title vignette by H. French.A Tale of Two Cities: [vii], 176 pp., with 25 engravings including frontis and title vignette by F. Barnard. The Uncommercial Traveller: [vii], 174 pp., with 26 engravings including frontis and title vignette by E. G. Dalziel. (Item Id: 108357)

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