1st edn. 4to. Original gilt tooled morocco, marbled endpapers (edges a little scuffed-otherwise VG). Pp. 268, illus throughout with b&w drawings from Punch (previous owner's bookplate on front paste-down and neat inscription on title page).
Very Good- Hardcover. 3 vols. bound in 1. VG-very thick 4to., 3/4 red leather bound red cloth with gilt trim. Raised bands with gilt tooling and titling to spine; full gilt edges. Heavy wear to front interior hinge; dark discolorations to edge of both boards. Front free marbled endpaper detached; binding loose from spine and boards in rear but pages quite tight. Interior yellowed with some light foxing. Frontis, red & black illustrated title page. Filled with hundreds of wonderful illustrations. HUM/3133.
black-&-white illustrations. Bound in original red "pebbled" cloth, spine lettered in gilt. 4to, pp. 200. All illustrations taken from "Punch" magazine, as published during the period 1842 to 1864. Marked (volume? ) "3" on spine. Small discoloration to lower left of front board. Very light overall shelf wear. Former owner's bookplate on inside front board. Else, clean, tight, and in good plus, to very good, condition.
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