[Dickens], Memoirs of Joseph Grimaldi, 1838, first edition
[Dickens], Memoirs of Joseph Grimaldi, 1838, first edition
[Dickens], Memoirs of Joseph Grimaldi, 1838, first edition
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[Dickens], Memoirs of Joseph Grimaldi, 1838, first edition

Estimate: 400 - 600 GBP

[Dickens], Memoirs of Joseph Grimaldi, 1838, first edition

Estimate: 400 - 600 GBP

Lot Sold:500GBP

Lot Details

Description

[DICKENS, CHARLES]

Memoirs of Joseph Grimaldi. Edited by "Boz.". London: Richard Bentley, 1838


12mo (200 x 125mm.), 2 volumes, FIRST EDITION, engraved frontispiece portrait after J. Raven in volume 1, and 12 etched plates by and after George Cruikshank (including frontispiece in volume 2, without border to final plate ("The Last Song"), 36pp. publisher's advertisements at the end of volume 2, original purple vertically-ribbed cloth decorated in blind on the covers with large arabesque centre-piece (Carter's 'C' Binding), spines decorated and lettered in gilt, yellow-coated endpapers, hinges of volume 2 cracked or starting, some foxing, edge-wear to cloth bindings


REFERENCE:

Eckel pp.140-142


PROVENANCE:

Michael Scott, bookplates

Condition Report

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Saleroom Notice

Please note, the advertisements are at the end of volume two and not volume one, as stated in the printed catalogue.
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