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2 vols. Hardback, 8vo. 7.5 x 5 inches. In full tree calf fine leather bindings by “Riviere,” with dark blue and red leather spine labels lettered in gilt, with raised banding and gilt decorations. Gilt paneled boards with inner dentelles. Marbled edges and endpapers. In very good near fine conditions. Some very minor rubbing to front spine edge of vol.1 and spine label on vol.2 with tiny nick to leather below. “Riviere” stamp to front endpaper. Neat prize inscription to endpaper in vol.1 “Farnham Gramamr School, William Robert Worsam, 1881. The gift of Edward Harold Bishop of Winchester.” Some minor foxing spots to endpapers with a couple of almost negligable spots to inside pages, else very clean and tight copies. 776 & 820pp.
Title: The History of England. From the Accession of James the Second. A New Edition. In Two Volumes.
Publisher: London, Longman, Green Reader and Dyer, 1877 New Edition (2 Vol.):
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 81035
Keywords: HISTORY THOMAS BABINGTON MACAULAY, Lord Macaulay, History of England, James the Second, William III, leather, Fine Binding, Longman, Green Reader and Dyer, 1877 New Edition, Two Volumes, 2 vols, Riviere binding, Farnham Gramamr School, William Robert Worsam, 1881. The gift of Edward Harold Bishop of Winchester