Marketing a limited complete collection of 34 antique publications, The Functions Of Charles Dickens released by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, 1898-1900; each publication dated with year posted. Printed from the edition that was thoroughly corrected by the author in 1867 and 1868. With the Intro, General Essay, and Notes by Andrew Lang. Illustrators include George Cruikshank, George Cattermole, H.K. Browne aka Phiz, and many others.
A handsome edition of the total jobs of Charles Dickens, each volume with personalized and printed title-pages; titles published in red & & black. Illustrated with the initial plates; full page images with safety tissue-guard; other web pages with intertextual pictures featuring steel inscriptions and drypoint etchings. Handsomely connected in the publisher's initial olive environment-friendly sateen fabric, the spines beautifully embellished with gilt titles and gilt tooled Art Nouveau organic symbols, leading advantages gilt, and various other sides untrimmed; attractively generated and printed on great paper. 81/2" tall. Spinal columns consistently sunned; the gilt remains clear and bright; many quantities have chips and small splits on spinal column advantages; some dimmed areas of fabric specifically base of spinal column; most front and back covers are clean and insides in outstanding condition with few imperfections; no writing noted.

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