Near Fine/Fine. No Jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Undated. Volume 19 of a 20 volume set. A very handsome copy bound in publisher's buckram, brown cloth covers. 331 numbered pages. Title page tissue guard in place. Illustrated by original etchings. A bare hint of rubbing. Gilt on spine cover a bit dulled. Not much. Otherwise a tight, clean, complete copy with very clean internals approaching "as new."
B/w Illustrations. Very Good. Boston: Francis A. Niccolls & Co. F First Edition Thus. H Leather Binding. Very Good. 14 volumes, complete as issued. Attractively bound in 3/4 red morocco over marbled boards, spines with raised bands and gilt tooling, top edges gilt, marbled endpapers (minor rubbing). Copy #458 of 1000 numbered copies. 14 volumes: illustrations, plates; 22 cm Contents: v. 1-3. The mysteries of Paris. --v. 4-6. The wandering Jew. --v. 7-8. Arthur. --v. 9-10. Pride. --v. 11. Avarice. Anger. --v. 12. Luxury. Gluttony. --v. 13. Envy. --v. 14. The knight of Malta. Responsibility: illustrated with etchings by Mercier, Poiteau, and Adrian Marcel.
Very Good. Sue, Eugene. [Works of] Eugene Sue. Boston, Massachusetts: Francis A. Nicholls & Co., 1899. Edition de Luxe, #10 of 1000 copies. 8vo. Rust-colored cloth with. Book condition: Very good with very light bumping to spine ends and very light rubbing to extremities. Set appears to have no standard collective title. Especially scarce..
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