Lot 421 of 459:
Charles Reade's White Lies 1st edition  

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White Lies: A Story.

Reade, Charles


Trubner & Co.



3 volumes. (8vo) 18.5x11 cm (7½x5"), period black half calf and marbled boards, red morocco spine labels lettered in gilt, marbled endpapers and edges. First Edition.

A novel based on the plot of Reade’s play, written with August Maquet, The Double Marriage, and one of the controversial plots which Reade was accused of “borrowing." A handsome, finely bound set of the first edition. 

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Light rubbing to bindings; interiors solid; very good.

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