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TROLLOPE, Anthony.

Rare books by Anthony Trollope, including first editions, copies in fine bindings, and handsome sets of his collected works. Regularly stocked editions of the works of Trollope include the Prominent Novels and Short Stories, The Works, The Writings and the Manuscript Edition of The Barsetshire Novels.

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  1. The Kellys and the O'Kellys.
    First reprint of Trollope's second novel, and the earliest obtainable edition (the first edition, in three volumes in 1848, being placed fourth by Sadleir in his list of comparative scarcities). With the Ingram family armorial bookplate which is likely to denote the ownership of John Henry Ingram (1842-1916), a literary... Learn More

    Stock Code: 79601


  2. [Prominent novels and short stories.]

    [Prominent novels and short stories.]

    London, Berlin, Leipzig: [c.1860-1920.]

    A collection of early editions of Trollope's most prominent fictional works including the Barsetshire novels, the parliamentary novels and the dramatic novels. Also included are the "overseas novels" (with the exception of Nina Balatka), the majority of the "comic novels" and four volumes of short stories. Given how prolific... Learn More

    Stock Code: 72593


  3. 125520detail


    London: 1864-1883

    First editions, from the library of Richard Adams, author of Watership Down, with his bookplate to vol. 1 of Can You Forgive Her?. Learn More

    Stock Code: 125520


  4. Phineas Finn.
    First edition, from the library of Walter E. Smith, bibliographer of Victorian fiction and author of Anthony Trollope: A Bibliography of his First American Editions, with his pencilled ownership inscription to the initial blank of the first volume. Phineas Finn first appeared as a serial in Saint Paul's Magazine from October... Learn More

    Stock Code: 106299


  5. The Eustace Diamonds.
    First UK edition of Trollope's third Palliser novel, following the American edition published two months earlier in October 1872. From the library of Walter E. Smith, the pre-eminent modern bibliographer of 19th-century fiction and author of Anthony Trollope: A Bibliography of his First American Editions (2003), with his... Learn More

    Stock Code: 109250


  6. The Way We Live Now.
    First edition, first impression. From the library of the Trollope and Dickens bibliographer, Walter E. Smith, with his lightly pencilled ownership inscriptions to each front free endpaper. Learn More

    Stock Code: 109761


  7. Nina Balatka.

    Nina Balatka.

    Edinburgh and London: [1879]

    First edition, second issue, of one of Trollope's scarcest works, his story of a woman's struggles to marry while caught between the mutually antagonistic Jewish and gentile societies of Prague. Written by Trollope as a short story for anonymous serialisation in Blackwood's Magazine, it turned out longer than intended, but... Learn More

    Stock Code: 79604


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    Stock Code: 71916


  9. The Works.

    The Works.

    Philadelphia: 1900-1902

    A particularly handsome set of Trollope's works. Learn More

    Stock Code: 60388


  10. The Works.
    An attractive library set of the principal novels and autobiography of Anthony Trollope, including the Chronicles of Barsetshire and the Parliamentary series. The novels are: The Warden; Barchester Towers (2 volumes); Doctor Thorne (2 volumes); Framley Parsonage (2 volumes); Orley Farm (3 volumes); The Small House at Aldington... Learn More

    Stock Code: 102334


  11. Trollope. A Commentary.
    First edition, first impression, presentation copy, of this work of biography and literary criticism by Trollope's great bibliographer Michael Sadleir. This copy is inscribed by Sadleir to Alban Dobson, "Alban Dobson Esq, with thanks for his help, Michael Sadleir". Alban Dobson was the son of Austin Dobson, the poet whom... Learn More

    Stock Code: 82533


  12. 117218detail
    The Shakespeare Head edition. Limited edition of 525 copies of which this is number 104. With an original manuscript leaf by the author bound in at the front of volume 1. Learn More

    Stock Code: 117218


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