Lot 379 of 613:
With the World's Great Travellers 1901  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyers Premium):$120
Estimate:
$200 - $300

Title:
With the World's Great Travellers

Author:
Morris, Charles and Oliver H.G. Leigh, editors

Place:
Chicago

Publisher:
Union Book Company

Date:
1901

Description:

Complete in 8 volumes. Each with engraved frontispiece and numerous plates, some from photographs. (8vo), original three quarter maroon cloth and marbled boards, gilt spines, top edges gilt. "Special Edition."

A later edition of the editor's Half-Hours of Travel at Home and Abroad, published 1896. Scarce full set of the 1901 Special Edition.


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Condition:
General light wear to bindings with rubbing to extremities, spines faded a bit with some fraying to ends; interiors solid with some toning and light scattered foxing; very good.


 
Item number:
288214
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