Lot 94 of 426:
In Dickens's London, 22 photogravures  

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Lot closed - unsold
Estimate:
$700 - $1,000

Title:
In Dickens's London: Twenty-two Photogravure Proofs Reproducing the Charcoal Drawings by F. Hopkinson Smith
Author:
Smith, F. Hopkinson
Place:
New York
Publisher:
Charles Scribner's Sons
Date:
1914
Description:

8 pp. (Folio) with 22 photogravure plates, matted with tissue guards, presented in cloth-backed portfolio with linen ties, and box. No. 60 of an edition limited to 150 sets.

Photogravures signed in plate, George Inn plate pencil signed by F. Hopkinson Smith at lower right of image

Lot Amendments
Condition:
Box cracked with one side detached; light soiling to portfolio; mild toning to leaves; plates with only a few spots in image areas, some toning and spotting to mattes, light edgewear; near fine in like portfolio.
 
Item number:
310845
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