22 April 2008
THE PROPERTY OF A PRIVATE COLLECTOR
STEVENSON, Robert Louis. Works. London: William Heinemann and New York: Charles Scribner's, 1922-23.
26 volumes, 8o. Title printed in blue and black. Contemporary red morocco gilt, spine in six compartments, gilt lettered in two, red morocco turn-ins gilt with green morocco doublures and green silk linings (small scratch to upper cover and minor rubbing to upper spine end and upper joint of volume one).
LIMITED "VAILIMA" EDITION number 112 of 1030 sets for distribution in the United States. (26)
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