07/14/2018 10:52 AM
(47) ASSORTED MINI-BOOKS ON FAMOUS LITERATURE
Age; 100+ years
Size: Small! See Comments
Rating: 8 – 7
Comments: Three collections of small books. There is a set of (7) 3 3/4” x 7” green cloth bound books entitled “Masterpieces of the World's Best Literature”. Copyright 1905 by Louis Klopsch. Published by The Christian Herald, NY. This set is in good condition with some wear to the covers. Very nice gold embossing on the spine. Also, a set of (11) red cloth bound books which measure 4 1/4” x 6 1/4” entitled “ Little Masterpieces”. Copyright 1898 and Published 1901 by Doubleday & McClure Co. All are edited by Bliss Perry and include the works of Ruskin, Lincoln, Hawthorne, Franklin, Webster, Poe and more. Good condition with some fading on the spine. Pages good with some light staining but no other damage such as tears or bends. Lastly, a set of ( 29) burgundy leather covered books with the works of William Shakespeare. Published in Philadelphia by Henry Altemus Company with no date. These books are rated a 7 because several have broken covers, weak hinges, torn head and tail caps, faded spines. Text block is gold on top and pages look fine. Please preview.
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