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Book Description

Hardback. 11 volumes, very attractively bound. Includes Venetia, Coningsby, Edymion, Lothair, The Young Duke and Count Alarcos, Vivian Grey, Tancred, Sybil, Henrietta Temple, Contarini Fleming and the Rise of Iskander, and Alroy. Light brown cloth with gilt and black titles and decorations to spines, and dark blue and gilt cartouche to the front with gilt and blue border, and further gilt boarder to the edges of the front board. Each page has a red border line around the text. Title pages each with a different engraving showing an aspect of Disraeli’s county house, Hughenden Manor, the lake, the terrace, the study, etc. Edward Buckton Lamb had done the remodelling of the house for Disraeli and his family. Very clean. Cloth is rather softened and a little worn to spine ends, some corners are slightly bumped. Some rubbing to corners. Just a little faded to spines. Text is clean. Bindings are sound. Still very pretty, tight, clean, square set.
Author Disraeli, Benjamin - Earl of Beaconsfield
Date 1882
Binding Hardback
Publisher Longmans, Green and Co.,
Condition Good+ set

Price: £175.00

Offered by C L Hawley

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