2 April 2008
DICKENS, Charles. The Chimes: A Goblin Story of some Bells that Rang an Old Year Out, and a New Year In. New York: E. Winchester, New World Press, .
(237 x 144 mm). 32 pages sewn as issued. (Lightly stained, some marginal tears, not affecting the text.) Original buff printed paper wrappers (lightly soiled, edges creased and a bit scuffed); grey cloth folding box. Provenance: Kenyon Starling (bookplate).
Third American edition. First published in America by Harper & Brothers, New York, 1845. Edgar & Vail p. 22; Yale/Gimbel A89.
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