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"Titmarsh, Michael Angelo" [Thackeray, William Makepeace]
SIX WORKS, 1847-1855, COMPRISING:
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1,2001,500
LOT SOLD. 1,625 GBP
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"Titmarsh, Michael Angelo" [Thackeray, William Makepeace]
SIX WORKS, 1847-1855, COMPRISING:
Estimate
1,2001,500
LOT SOLD. 1,625 GBP
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"Titmarsh, Michael Angelo" [Thackeray, William Makepeace]
SIX WORKS, 1847-1855, COMPRISING:
i) Mrs Perkins's Ball. London: Chapman and Hall, 1847, small 4to (211 x 155mm.), FIRST EDITION, half-title, frontispiece, engraved title and 20 coloured plates (one folding), original pink printed boards, all edges gilt, front free endpaper and half-title coming looseii) Our Street. London: Chapman and Hall, 1848, small 4to (186 x 135mm.), FIRST EDITION, FIRST ISSUE (with coloured plates), frontispiece, pictorial title and 14 coloured plates, 1p. publisher's adverts at end, original pink printed boards, all edges gilt; iii) Doctor Birch and his young friends. London: Chapman and Hall, 1849, small 4to (184 x 133mm.), FIRST EDITION, frontispiece, additional engraved title and 14 coloured plates, 1p. publisher's adverts at end, original pink printed boards, all edges gilt; iv) Rebecca and Rowena. A Romance upon Romance. London: Chapman and Hall, 1850, 4to (184 x 134mm.), FIRST EDITION, half-title, frontispiece, 7 coloured plates and illustrations by Richard Doyle, 1p. publisher's adverts at end, original pink printed glazed boards, all edges gilt, rebacked, preserving original spinev) The Kicklebury's on the Rhine. London: Smith, Elder & Co., 1850, 8vo (181 x 135mm.), FIRST EDITION, half-title, frontispiece pictorial title and 13 coloured plates, 2pp. publisher's adverts at end, original pale pink printed glazed boards, all edges gilt; vi) The Rose and the Ring; or, the History of Prince Giglio and Prince Bulbo. London: Smith, Elder and Co., 1855, 8vo (180 x 135mm.), FIRST EDITION, frontispiece and 7 black and white plates, woodcut illustrations, 16pp. publisher's adverts at end, original pink printed boards, all edges gilt; five in matching brown cloth chemises and full morocco slipcases, one in red-brown cloth chemise and slipcase, occasional light spotting, boards lightly soiled and slightly worn at extremities (6)
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Provenance

i) Anne (1911?-1988) and Fernand (1905-1988) Renier, children's book collectors. bookplate

Literature

Van Duzer 140, 157, 51, 181, 104 and 185

Catalogue Note

EACH ILLUSTRATED BY THE AUTHOR with the exception of Rebecca and Rowena which due to Thackeray's ill health, was illustrated by Richard Doyle.

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