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The Anglo Saxon Review. A Quarterly Miscellany. Edited by Lady Randolph Spencer Churchill. London: John Lane, September 1899 - September 1901. 10 volumes, large 8° (292 x 190mm). Half titles, titles printed in red and black, photogravure plates, errata slip in the third vol. Original elaborately-decorated vari-coloured morocco gilt, top edges gilt, others uncut. The first volume is a second edition.

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The Anglo Saxon Review. A Quarterly Miscellany. Edited by Lady Randolph Spencer Churchill. London: John Lane, September 1899 - September 1901. 10 volumes, large 8° (292 x 190mm). Half titles, titles printed in red and black, photogravure plates, errata slip in the third vol. Original elaborately-decorated vari-coloured morocco gilt, top edges gilt, others uncut. The first volume is a second edition.

A FINE SET. This literary periodical, edited by Winston Churchill's mother, includes contributions by Henry James, Max Beerbohm, Edmond Gosse, Maurice Baring, George Gissing, Andrew Lang and George Bernard Shaw, amongst others. Each binding is a facsimile of one of the world's great bookbindings including a Samuel Mearne, a Derome, a binding for James I and a painted Italian binding. (10)
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