London, South Kensington
18 November 2003
BYRON, George Gordon Noel, Lord (1788-1824). Poetical Works, London: John Murray, 1855. 6 volumes, 8° (218 x 130mm). Half titles. Engraved portrait frontispiece by E. Finden after T. Phillips. (Occasional light spotting mainly to preliminaries). Contemporary tree calf gilt, spines with contrasting calf lettering-pieces (a little rubbed or faded), gilt edges. Provenance: J. B. Capel (bookplates).
MARY, Princess of Liechtenstein. Holland House, London: Macmillan and Co., 1874. 2 volumes, 4° (223 x 145mm). Engraved, lithographed and mounted plates EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED with views, portraits and facsimile letters. (Occasional mainly light spotting). Finely-bound in early 20th-century red morocco by Tout, spines gilt in compartments, lettered in two, gilt edges.
With Pierre Jean de Béranger's Oeuvres Complètes (Paris, 1847, 2 volumes) and Max von Boehn's Modes & Manners of the Nineteenth Century (London, 1909, 3 volumes). (13)
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