London, South Kensington
19 March 2008
BRONTE SISTERS. The Novels. London: J. M. Dent, 1905. 10 volumes bound in 5, 8°. Half titles, titles printed in red and green, coloured plates by Edmund Dulac. Contemporary green calf backed cloth boards, spines lettered in gilt with floral motifs, top edges gilt (extremities rubbed and scuffed, spines faded).
With sets of the Arabian Nights, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Ben Jonson and Alexander Pope in 26 volumes, all but one bound in leather. Sold as a collection of bindings, not subject to return. (31)
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