O.U.P., London 1935. Tan cloth with gilt titles to spines. Photographs, line drawings and some musical notations. Five line errata slip bound in. Spines and part of covers faded, but otherwise a good, clean set. pp. xlvii, 322; xxxi, 192 with lit crit.
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London Hamish Hamilton, 1987. Maroon cloth gilt. In good dustwrapper, rather stained in parts to the reverse. SIGNED by the author to titlepage. Pages a little yellowed to edges, but a good copy. pp. 234.
London Hamish Hamilton, 1989. Blue cloth gilt. In good dustwrapper. SIGNED by the author to titlepage. A good copy. pp. 328.
Liskeard, Peterloo Poets 1986. Softback in illustrated wraps. Verse inspired by the area surrounding the poet's home in Horton-in-Ribblesdale. A very good copy. pp. 64.
London, Henry G. Bohn, 1845. Half calf with gilt title and decoration to spine. The spine rather worn and scuffed. The plates and text worn, spotted, marked and repaired. A fair copy. pp. xvi, 439. With many plates and text illustrations.
Glasgow, Richard Griffin & Co. and London, John Bumpus, 1825. Publisher's original paper-covered boards. Much of the spine missing, which has exposed the printed paper beneath. Label largely missing. A good copy internally. pp. 180.
Edinburgh, James Nichol, 1857. A Kensington School prize binding in full red calf gilt, with gilt-lettered label. Gilt device to front cover. Spine and a portion of the front cover a little faded, but a good and attractive copy. pp. xxvi, 300.
London, Riccardi Press, 1913. Large 8vo. Quarter tan cloth over light blue, paper-covered boards. With printed labels to front cover and spine. In a limited edition of 525 copies, this being No. 108. t.e.g. and other edges uncut. Purser's Latin text. With attractive hand-drawn ink device to f.f.e.p. 'Ex Libris.....
London, T. Werner Laurie Ltd., 1921. Quarter parchment with printed label. In good dustwrapper, darkened to spine. All edges uncut. In a limited edition of 600 copies, signed by the translator, this being No.408. A very good, clean copy. pp. xiii, 315.
James Blackwood, London N/D . Publisher's original green stamped cloth with gilt decoration and title to cover and spine. With portrait frontispiece and the author's line drawings throughout. Recased with original spine laid down with slight loss, and strengthened to inner hinges, but a good clean copy. pp. viii, 118; 108; 112.
London, Methuen, 1994. Black cloth gilt. In good dustwrapper. Edges lightly browned, but a good copy. pp. xxiii, 584.
London, John Murray, 1989. Green cloth gilt. In very good dustwrapper. A very good copy. pp. 143. With paintings and sketches by Hugh Casson.
Farnborough, Gregg International Publishers, 1971. 12mo (c.6 x 4 inches). Glazed black cloth gilt. A facsimile of the original editions of 1827. A few ink annotations, but a good copy. pp. 125; 237; 207.
London, Allen Lane 1984. Pink cloth gilt. Signed by the author with short presentation inscription to titlepage. In very good, price-clipped dustwrapper. Slight lean to spine, but a good copy. pp. 248.
hamish Hamilton, London 1998. Black cloth with silvered title in very good, illustrated, unclipped dustwrapper with small chip to head of spine, otherwise a fine copy of the first edition.
Blackie and Son 1855. Half black morocco with shallow, gilt-decorated bands and gilt-titled direct, over sand-grained cloth boards. Each volume with portraits to frontispieces, vignettes to titlepages and other steel engravings of portraits and topographical scenes. Light staining to two covers, and some light spotting to plates, otherwise very good...
Edinburgh, James Nichol, 1862. Grained green cloth gilt. t.e.g. Vol. XVI in Nichol's Library Edition of the British Poets. Occasional light spotting, but a very good set. pp. xxvi, 258; vi, 297.
London, The Falcon Press, 1952. Green cloth gilt. In very good dustwrapper. A very good copy of the First Edition. pp. 199.
London, Rupert Hart-Davis 1957. Green paper covers with printed title to front cover. Pencil marking throughout, but a good copy. pp. 112. With portrait frontispiece.
Edinburgh, Printed for William Blackwood, and John Murray, Albermarle Street, London, 1816. In uniform contemporary half calf with gilt titles and decoration, over marbled boards. Half-titles present. Each volume has an early signature 'Jane Hedley' to half-title or titlepage. Vol. I contains The Black Dwarf, and Vol. II-IV Old Mortality...
The Early English Text Society 1993. Tan cloth gilt. A near fine copy. pp. xlvi, 132.
London, William Heinemann, 1932. Yellow cloth with multi-coloured titles to front cover and spine. Cloth rather grubby, but a good copy. pp. 139. With photographs.
O.U.P. 1982. Blue cloth with gilt title in very good dustwrapper. Fine. pp. lxxxi, 396.
New York, Abbeville Press, 1979. Quarter black cloth gilt, over paper-covered boards, the front cover illustrated. Slight fading to top half inch of front cover, and some light marks to the fore-edge, but otherwise a very good copy. pp. xviii, 587. With double-page coloured plates and numerous drawings by Salvador Dali.
Stroud, Ian Hodgkins & Co. Ltd 1979. Brown cloth with gilt titles to cover and spine. As published without dustwrapper. A good copy. pp.274. With frontispiece from a painting by Patrick Bramwell Bronte of the sisters.