Dickens Leather Bound Books

Shapero, with its blue-painted shelves heaving with leather-bound volumes, is a quiet literary sanctuary. They’re especially good on illustrated books – from the fifteenth. And you might stumble.

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an 18th-century astronomy book, and first editions of fiction writers Don DeLillo, Richard Ford and John Irving. Willig has a 19th-century Dickens collection bound in leather, selling for $1,250. The.

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The late Howard Frank Mosher’s book collection includes a red leather-bound set of Charles Dickens’ novels. Photo by Kevin O’Connor/VTDigger The new fixtures now hold Mosher’s compilation of classics,

A collection of 30 leather-bound books comprising "The Works of Charles Dickens" sold at Waverly Rare Books in Falls Church, Va, for more than $70,000, well above their $2,500 to $4,000 pre-sale.

His own leather-bound transcription of Dickens’ work was already in hand when he touched down at Penn State at 1980, where Lentz would teach storytelling and public speaking until retiring three.

The book that brought him the most unfettered delight was Charles Dickens’ “The Pickwick Papers” (1837). He had a complete set of Dickens’ works that filled an entire shelf, handsomely bound in green.

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Every city has a bunch of book outlets where you can pick up, say, a reddish leather-bound copy of ”Moby-Dick” for $1.98. and in the past few years I’ve gotten Dickens, Thackeray, Smollett,

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Sean Spicer appears to think Charles Dickens’ classic. while admiring a copy of the book on display in the White House, which had been owned by Presidential Franklin D Roosevelt. Spicer posted a.

Books ranged in their publication dates from the 1600s to the 1900s, including first, limited, signed and collector’s editions; and leather-bound books from the 17th. copy of "The Chimes," by.

The books were indeed ‘real’ and she had an amazing collection of English classics – Shakespeare, Dickens, Kingsley, Hardy, Tennyson, Bronte, Wilde, and more. The Dickens collection among a few others.

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sets of Dickens dressed in green and thousands of other beautifully bound books that fill the bindery’s shelves. The bindery might pass for a museum of industry artifacts, but these artifacts are.

I spy a shelf of ancient, weighty, leather-bound tomes — they’re from the 1760s, the shopkeeper tells me, “but don’t let that stop you from picking them up and having a look!” Meanwhile, at Boz Books,

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Blair.. RN / This set of my books / Charles Dickens / The New Year 1863.” The leather-bound set was sold with a Sept. 30, 1898, letter of provenance typed on the letterhead of the Charles E.

guide & complete checklist, or bibliography of all books published by the limited editions club : 1929 – 2012

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My son loves books. He uses much of his allowance to buy books. Over dinner recently, he told his mother and me the book he was reading mentioned that Hans Christian Andersen was once a house guest of.

Stardust is a fantasy novel by British writer Neil Gaiman, usually published with illustrations by Charles Vess. Stardust has a different tone and style from most of Gaiman’s prose fiction, being consciously written in the tradition of pre-Tolkien English fantasy, following in the footsteps of authors such as Lord Dunsany and Hope Mirrlees.It is concerned with the adventures of a young man.

Besleys Books Inventory on 24 Mar 2019. Please note this is an index of our internet stock, not our shop stock. These books are not on the open shelves in the bookshop, so please call us if.

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Seven Pillars of Wisdom. by T. E. Lawrence. Condition notes :Brown cloth binding with gilt title to front board and spine as shown. The odd little mark/spot here and there otherwise pages and plates a.

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What sort of things might one see at the fair? Enticing ones, naturally. Hand-coloured antique maps, letters by Freud or Dickens, leather-bound sets of Jane Austen, rare books on travel, natural or.

Dickens, Austen, the Bronte sisters, Hardy and Eliot. Christopher Foyle remembers his grandfather perusing leather-bound books in Beeleigh’s 40-foot-long, two-story barrel-vaulted library, a space.

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Every year, community playhouses, repertory theaters and high school drama classes blow a year’s worth of dust off the script books and. a shelf filled with leather-bound, gilt-edged Dickens novels.

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This page lists charities and other organisations collecting old and unwanted books. If any details are incorrect or you know of any other groups collecting them, please leave a comment below and I’ll update the listings.

Adrian Harrington Rare Books specialises in First Editions of Ian Fleming, Arthur Conan Doyle, J. K. Rowling, Sir Winston Churchill, Agatha Christie and other well-known authors.

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We were asked by our parents not only to absorb their elegant manners, their chaste and impeccable British accent, their flowery speech and their habit of reading ornate leather bound books and also.

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Peter Harrington specialises in selling and buying the finest quality original first editions, signed, rare and antiquarian books, library sets, maps and original artwork.

An Explanation of Book Sizes and Terms We in the rare book trade do love our jargon. It’s a fault, we know, in the same manner of any other trade though, our descriptive language has evolved to cater for some pretty specialised circumstances.