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4 vols; Hardbacks, 9 x 5.5 inches. Full calf leather bindings, raised and gilt banding to spines, with gilt and embossed decoarations. Gilt lettering to twin red leather spine labels. Gilt paneled boards, marbled edges and endpapers. In very good condition. Spines possibly later, boards professionally relaid, some bumps and small chips to edges of boards. Some rubbing to corners and edges. Spines slightly darkened with some minor darkening to board edges. Small chip to corner of spine label on vol.1. Some minordarkening and small chips to leading edges of endpapers, Some mild foxing spots to pages throughout, many pencil notations in volume 1 and to rear endpapers., Overall very clean and tight copies. 537 + 595 + 558 + 553pp. Two fold-out engraved “Tables of Descents” in volume 2. W.Blackstone, one of his Majesty's Justices of the Hon.Court of Common Pleas. The work above, first published in 1765-69, made him a fortune. It became the most influential exposition of English law in point of style and accuracy.
Title: Commentaries on the Laws of England. In Four Books. Adapted to the Present State of the Law, by Robert Malcolm Kerr. Third Edition.
Publisher: London, John Murray, 1862 3rd:
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Seller ID: 79230
Keywords: LAW BLACKSTONE, William: KERR, R. M.: In Four Books. Adapted to the Present State of the Law, by Robert Malcolm Kerr, Third Edition, John Murray, 1862, 3rd, Full calf leather bindings, decorative, gilt, fine binding, engraved “Table of Descents,”