Edited by Temple Scott.Edinburgh: John Grant, 1905-1911 Stock Code: 145186
The Thornton edition illustrated with photographs of places associated with the sisters
12 volumes, octavo (202 x 136 mm). Contemporary green half calf, titles and floral centre tool to spines gilt, raised bands, green cloth boards, marbled endpapers, top edges gilt.
64 plates, including frontispieces, of portraits, photogravures, views, and facsimiles.
Some occasional mild spotting to leaves and fore-edges, bookseller's small blind embossed library stamp to binder's front blank in two volumes the rest with contemporary inscriptions to binder's front blanks and one volume with inscription to verso of frontispiece; spines a little sunned and boards slightly marked and rubbed. A very good set.
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