COLERIDGE, SAMUEL TAYLOR | Poems on Various Subjects. London: C.G. and J. Robinson, and J. Cottle, 1796
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COLERIDGE, SAMUEL TAYLOR | Poems on Various Subjects. London: C.G. and J. Robinson, and J. Cottle, 1796

Estimate: 1,500 - 2,000 USD

COLERIDGE, SAMUEL TAYLOR | Poems on Various Subjects. London: C.G. and J. Robinson, and J. Cottle, 1796

Estimate: 1,500 - 2,000 USD

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COLERIDGE, SAMUEL TAYLOR

Poems on Various Subjects. London: C.G. and J. Robinson, and J. Cottle, 1796


8vo. (6 1/8 x 3 1/2 in.; 155 x 90 mm). Half-title, errata, and advertisement. Contemporary marbled calf, covers decoratively ruled in gilt, turn-ins guilt, marbled endpapers; re-backed with original spine laid down, spine flaking, further wear to extremities, corners renewed, inscription to free front endpaper. 


First edition of the poet's first book of poems, also containing the first published verses of Coleridge's lifelong friend Charles Lamb. 


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William H. Painter (booklabel front pastedown)

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