2 April 2008
DICKENS, Charles. Hard Times. For These Times. London: Bradbury & Evans, 1854.
8o (184 x 122 mm). Original bright green cloth, gilt-lettered on spine, with Chapman & Hall imprint on spine, ENTIRELY UNOPENED (some insignificant wear at corners and ends of spine); quarter morocco chemise and slipcase. Provenance: Kenyon Starling (bookplate).
FIRST EDITION IN BOOK FORM, in the fourth binding. Sadleir 689; Smith I:11; Yale/Gimbel A136. A FINE, UNOPENED COPY.
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