Book Description

Bernhard Tauchnitz. Leipzig. 1884. Small octavo. 334pp. Half calf, spine in five compartments with gilt rules and decoration, red leather label with gilt lettering. Marbled endpapers. All edges marbled. Some rubbing to extremities. Sunned to cloth. Cracked at title, but firm. Tauchnitz Edition. No. 2210. Armorial Bookplate of Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Myles Fenton, (1830-1918), Engineer and railway magnate of Redstone Hall, Redhill, Surrey. Virtute et Fide Vinco. Sir Myles was the Spy Vanity Fair 'Men of the Day' No 455, 4 January 1890. His signature is inscribed to the upper margin of the title page.
Author Crawford, F. Marion
Date 1884
Binding Half calf
Publisher Bernhard Tauchnitz

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