Lot 162 of 565:
Three by R. Austin Freeman  

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Three titles by R. Austin Freeman

Freeman, R. Austin

Various places


Various dates


Three cloth-bound volumes, one with jacket. Two First Editions.


  • The Uttermost Farthing, [1914]. Red cloth stamped in black and gilt with gilt lettering on spine and cover. Four plates of illustrations by H. Weston Taylor including frontispiece. First Edition.
  • A Silent Witness, [1915]. Blue cloth stamped in orange and black, lettered on spine in gilt. Four plates of illustrations by H. Weston Taylor including frontispiece. First Edition.
  • The Dr. Thorndyke Omnibus, 1932. Orange cloth stamped in black, jacket. (Jacket darkened with chips and tears; volume shows light rubbing and soil).

Lot Amendments

Light rubbing, corner and edgewear to both Winston volumes; both with previous owner's "return this book" rubber stamps; near fine. Omnibus in very good condition.

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