New York: W.C. and F.P. Church, 1866. Hardcover. Includes chapters from Trollope's 'The Claverings.' Three quarter black leather over black cloth boards with gilt title and raised bands to spine. Dampstained throughout. Dampstaining to rear cover. Rubbing to leather. An attractive book and a good reading copy despite the dampstaining. 768 pages. PER/052119. Very good minus.
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New York: Sheldon and Company, 1872. Hardcover. Includes 2 articles by Henry James, chapters from Trollope's 'The Eustace Diamonds', Correspondence by Turgenoff, 'Romance of the Negro' by Pollard, and "About Barbers" by Mark Twain (page 283). Ex-library from Peoria. Rear board detached but present. Black leather spine and corners over dark green marbled paper covered boards. Gilt title to spine. Heavy wear and chipping to spine and edges of boards. Clean interior with red pen to title page. A good reading copy only. 882 pages. PER/052119. Good.
New York: Sheldon and Company, 1872. Hardcover. Includes 2 articles by Henry James, chapters from Trollope's 'The Eustace Diamonds', Correspondence by Turgenoff, 'Romance of the Negro' by Pollard, and "About Barbers" by Mark Twain (page 283). Bound in three quarter brown leather over marbled paper covered boards with black and gilt title labels to spine. Rubbing to spine and corners. Clean interior overall with red ownership stamp to front free endpaper and foxing to first and last few pages, with occasional spots throughout. 882 pages. PER/052119. Good.
New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1864. Hardcover. Very good in original brown cloth boards with gilt title to spine. Spine including lettering has faded. Minor fading to top edges of both boards and a few spots of soiling to boards. Foxing to first and last few pages (including frontispiece), and heaviest on tissue guard in gutters. Clean overall. 242 pages. LIT/062416. Very Good.
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1883. Hardcover. FIRST U.S. EDITION. 8vo. Blue cloth covered boards with gilt title to spine. Minor bumping to spine ends and corners as well as minor rubbing to edges of boards. Light rubbing and a few small spots of discoloration to boards. Top of front free end page is slightly loose and has been repaired with a small piece of tape. Else is clean and bright. Includes frontispiece with tissue guard intact. 329 pages + ads. LIT/051711. Very Good.
London: Chapman and Hall, 1880. Hardcover. FIRST EDITION. Three volumes in the original cloth. This book was never reprinted in its original triple decker form (Sadleir). It is the last book of Trollope’s wonderful Palliser series. The six books of the series follow the lives of Plantagenet Palliser, later the Duke of Omnium, and his wife, Lady Glencora. She is one of Trollope’s most memorable characters, full of life and personality. The book is bound in dark blue-green cloth with block design on front cover, and spine with gilt title, author, and publisher. The bindings are in very good condition with some bumping to boards and spine edges. The interior pages are quite clean with the usual aging to the page margins. In Volume I the rear hinge is cracked, although the binding is otherwise tight. There is a diagonal tear across the top right of the first page of each volume, with a few words from the first four lines of the recto missing. Volumes II and III are tender but holding tight. Very nice except for the odd tears to the first page of each book. Volume I: 320 pages; Volume II: 327 pages; Volume III: 312 pages. This set may require an extra shipping fee. LIT/010913. Very Good.
Leipzig: Bernhard Tauchnitz, 1862. Hardcover. Tauchnitz Collection of British Authors. Volumes 606, 607, and 608. Bound in contemporary red leather with marbled paper covered boards. Raised bands and gilt titles to spines. Marbled endpages and top edges gilt. Rubbing to boards and leather spines and wear to edges. The front hinge of volume one is cracked. Browning to margins of a few pages, else very clean. An attractive set despite the noted wear. Size: 16mo. 344 pages in volume 1; 313 in volume 2; 330 in volume 3. This set may require an extra shipping fee. LIT/010813. Very Good.
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1874. Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket. FIRST US EDITION. 8vo. Black cloth boards with gilt title to spine. Blind stamped emblem to front and rear boards. Wear to edges, corners, & spine ends. Minor soiling and rubbing to boards. Interior is very clean with bright text, frontis with original tissue guard, and numberous beautiful illustrations. Minor toning to margins. Signed by previous owner, dating from 1874. Tight binding. 255 pages. + advertisments. LIT/051304. Very Good.
New York: Harper and Brothers, 1871. Hardcover. FIRST U.S. EDITION. Brown cloth boards with gilt title to spine. Rubbing to corners a few chips to foot of spine. Masonic Library bookplate to front pastedown and fading to spine where a library sticker was once adhered. Occasional foxing to interior. Original frontis with tissue guard and many charming illustrations. 282 pages. LIT/091206. Very Good.
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1871. Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket. FIRST AMERICAN EDITION. 8vo. Brown cloth boards with gilt title to spine. Wear to corners & chipping to spine ends. Minor scuffing to boards. Interior is very clean with bright text, frontis, and numberous beautiful illustrations. There are light pencil markings on one page and on rear pastedown. Bookplate from previous owner has been torn off, leaving some remnants to front pastedown. Front free end page has several open tears. Tight binding. 282 pages. LIT/051304. Very Good.
New York: Harper and Brothers, 1870. Hardcover. First American Edition. Very good in original brown cloth boards with gilt title to spine. A few small chips / minor wear to spine ends and wear to edges of boards and corners. Light soiling to boards. . Occasional spots of foxing and a few pages have light soiling. With illustrations by Henry Wood. 300 pages plus advertisements. LIT1012201. Very Good.
Leipzig: Bernhard Tauchnitz, 1870. Hardcover. 12mo. In black modern leatherette binding with gilt title stamp to both spines. Interiors are slightly toned but in lovely shape for their age. Very small chip to pages 60-65 of vol 1 otherwise very clean and bright. vol 1, 368pages, vol 2, 358pages. In the rear of volume 2 is a listing of Tauchnitz titles dated December 1, 1909. LIT/011505. Very Good+.
New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1859. Hardcover. Variant state of binding in red pebble grain cloth with the embossed designs of the first binding. In other respects uniform with Smith's description of the first American edition. Bound in the original red cloth with gilt title to spine and embossed design to both covers. Rubbing to hinges, edges, and rear board. Chipping to cloth along spine ends, some text leaves foxed, and binder's leaf at the end lacking. Cock to spine. Book-plate on the front pastedown with ink name and date  on the front free endpaper. 528 pages. LIT/101916. Very Good.
London: Smith, Elder, & Co., 1890. Hardcover. Scarce Edition. Very good red cloth 8vo, intricate black stamping to front cover and spine, bright gilt to spine as well. Spine faded. Minor wear to spine ends. Small whitish stain to rear board. Minor wear to corners. Black coated endpapers; antiquated signature to early flyleaf. Interior is quite clean, though some light foxing in some areas, heaviest on early/late pages. 4 illustrated plates, including frontispiece. Binding is tight, no loose pages or signatures. 483 pages. Literature. LIT/12013. Very Good.
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1871. Hardcover. FIRST AMERICAN EDITION. Very good in original purple cloth boards, though mostly faded to light brown, especially along spine. Bright gilt to spine, which is slightly rolled; also light wear to spine ends and corners. Interior is in very nice shape: tightly bound, quite clean pages, virtually no foxing or spotting. Endpapers bear light soiling and small dampstain but rest of interior shows no sign of liquid damage. Small amount of chipping to a few early pages. Frontispiece w/tissue guard + several illustrations w/i text. Double-columned text. 282 pages. LIT/11063. Very Good.
New York: Harper&Brothers, Publishers, 1879. First American Edition. Hardcover. First American edition. Very good plus black cloth binding with red title to front board and to spine. Minor wear to corners and spine ends. Minor fading to spine. In mylar cover. Former owner's label on inside front board. Interior very clean and bright, binding tight. 206 pages. Literary Biography. LITBIO/3173. Very Good.
London: Chapman and Hall, 1862. Millais, J.E. Hardcover. First edition in book form. Illustrated by the Pre-Raphaelite artist, John Everett Millais (1829 - 1896). Includes 40 illustrations. In original brown publishers cloth with blind stamped designs to boards and decorated gilt titles to spines. Both volumes have been expertly rebacked with new material showing along the spine ends and hinges of both spines. Modern endpapers. Wear to the edges and corners of both volumes with fraying and chipping along the edges of the remnants of the original spines. Minor foxing to plates and to pages facing the plates including the title page; the rest of the interior is clean. 320 pages in volume one; 384 pages in volume two. May require extra shipping fee. LIT/032713. Very Good.
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1871. Hardcover. Later edition. Very good in purpe cloth covered boards with gilt title to spine. Spine and edges of boards have faded to brown. Repair of a 2 " tear to cloth along top of front exterior hinge. Interior clean with Millais's wonderful illustrations. 338 pages plus ads. LIT/060710. Very Good.
London: Smith, Elder & Co., Vol. IV., July-December, 1861. Hardcover. Includes a story by Anthony Trollope: The Struggles of Brown, Jones and Robinson. One of the Firm with chapters 1-15 in volume IV and chapters 16-24 in volume V. The story is complete in 24 chapters. Volume IV also includes a poem by Charlotte Bronte, a few chapters from a Harriet Beech Stowe story, and a few chapters from a Thackery story. Both volumes are in matching bindings of three quarter black leather with marbled paper covered boards. The titles and volume numbers are in gilt on the spine along with gilt rules. Both hinges of volume V are cracked and the hinges of volume IV are starting. Wear to the edges of boards. Clean interiors with illustrations, some of which fold-out. 760 pages in each volume. Literature. PER/1103 This set may require an extra shipping fee. Very Good.