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TROLLOPE, Anthony. The Works.
New York : 1920-8An 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 (3 volumes); Can You Forgive... Learn More£6,000.00
Stock Code: 102334
TROLLOPE, Anthony. The Kellys and the O'Kellys.
London : 1859First 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 critic, and the biographer and... Learn More£550.00
Stock Code: 79601
TROLLOPE, Anthony. The Struggles of Brown, Jones, and Robinson:
London : 1870First authorized edition in book form (Sadleir calls it a "secondary first"), unusually for Trollope preceded in book form by a pirated American edition published by Harper's in New York as early as 1862, following serialization in The Cornhill Magazine. Smith, Elder published this edition uniform with their long series of Illustrated Editions... Learn More£2,375.00
Stock Code: 128298
TROLLOPE, Anthony. Framley Parsonage.
London : 1861First edition in book form of the fourth "Barsetshire" novel. The novel first ran serially in the newly created Cornhill Magazine from January 1860 to April 1861, edited by Trollope's friend Thackeray. It was the first of Trollope's works to be illustrated by another friend, the pre-Raphaelite John Everett Millais. Uncommon in cloth, ranking... Learn More£1,925.00
Stock Code: 128274
TROLLOPE, Anthony. Travelling Sketches.
London : 1866First edition in book form. Remarkably well-preserved copy of a book almost always found in tatty condition with the delicate cloth faded to brown. Uniform in format with Hunting Sketches (1865) and Clergymen of the Church of England (1866), which was initially titled "Clerical Sketches". All three works collect articles first published... Learn More£650.00
Stock Code: 128287
TROLLOPE, Anthony. Nina Balatka.
Edinburgh and London : 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 as a book it was not successful.... Learn More£3,000.00
Stock Code: 79604
TROLLOPE, Anthony. Orley Farm.
London : 1862First edition in book form, Sadleir's fourth issue, of the book that Trollope himself described as his best plotted, and his personal favourite. "Millais was a 'sixties'-style illustrator, representational and realistic, a style which accorded nicely with that of Trollope, whose writing was often characterized as 'photographic', 'uncompromisingly realistic',... Learn More£1,250.00
Stock Code: 128273