Cassell’s Illustrated History of England.
Item Number: 3613
London: London: Cassell and Company, 1901.
Quarto, 8 volumes. Three quarters dark blue leather, raised spines, gilt titles and tooling to the spine. Marbled endpapers, marbled edges to the text block. Complete set of Cassell’s Illustrated History of England. In very good condition with light wear.
Other Books by this Author
Boston: Estes and Lauriat, c. 1890.
International limited edition, One of a 1,000 copies. Octavo, thirty volumes. Bound in contemporary three-quarter morocco over cloth. Top edge gilt, marbled endpapers. In near fine condition with a touch of rubbing and extremity wear, spot of leather affected, some loss on top gilt edges.
London: George Virtue, c. 1830.
Octavo, bound in full purple morocco by Bayntun. Elaborate tooling with Napoleon’s eagle insignia and N stamped to the spine front and rear panels in gilt, dentelles, inner gilt ruled, marbled endpapers. Top edge gilt, hand colored frontispiece to both volumes, plates and map. In very good condition.
Garden City: Doubleday, 1941.
The Burwash edition of Rudyard Kipling’s collected works. Octavo, original red cloth with titles to the spine in gilt and front panel. Top edge gilt. 28 Volumes. One of 1,010 sets with volume 1 signed by Rudyard Kipling. The volumes are in fine condition with their original dust jackets. Seldom encountered in their original dust jackets.
London: Bugatti Owner's Club, 1931-1955.
One Hundred Issues of Bugantics. Octavo, 9 Volumes, bound in the original publisher’s cloth, gilt titles and decorated tooling. Profusely illustrated with photographs, tables, brilliant period advertising and drawings. These bound volumes, prepared by the Bugatti Owner’s Club by special subscription, were compiled without covers, the design of which has remained the same since its inception. The run extends: Volume 1 No.2 (September 1931); Volume 18 No. 4 (December 1955). The last pre-war issue was Volume 8 No. 6 (November 1939). Publication was then halted due to the Second World War and resumed publication with Volume 9 No. 1 in January 1946. But for the missing, extremely rare Volume 1 No. 1, this is a complete 24 year run. In near fine condition with only light wear. An exceptional set of these rare early issues.