Lot 96 of 443:
Three volumes with notable illustrations  

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Three books with notable illustrations

Various authors

Various places


Various dates



  • Old England's Worthies with twelve "illuminated engravings" (1853).
  • The Vicar of Wakefield illustrated by Arthur Rackham.
  • The Brook Kerith by George Moore illustrated by Stephen Gooden.


  • Old England's Worthies: A Gallery of Portraits from Authentic Copies. Henry G. Bohn, London, 1853. With Illustrative woodcuts and twelve color plates. 
  • The Vicar of Wakefield. David McKay, Philadelphia, [1929]. 12 full page color illustrations by Arthur Rackham. Cloth. First American Rackham Trade Edition.
  • The Brook of Kerith by George Moore. The Macmillan Co., New York, 1929. 12 engravings by Stephen Gooden. No. 424 of a revised and reset edition of 500 copies signed by the author and the artist. 

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