DOYLE, Sir A.C. | A collection of nine works, 1891-1927
DOYLE, SIR ARTHUR CONAN
A collection of nine volumes, comprising:
i) A Study in Scarlet. Ward, Lock and Bowden, 1891. New edition, illustrations by Geo. Hutchinson throughout text, quarter scarlet cloth, gilt titles to spine, browning, hinges starting, boards soiled; ii) The Sign of Four. Newnes, 1892. Second edition, original brown pictorial cloth, hinges starting; iii) The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Newnes, 1892. FIRST EDITION (with misprint "Violent Hunter" on p.317), illustrations by Sidney Paget, original light blue cloth blocked in black and lettered in gilt, all edges gilt, patterned endpapers, collector’s folding box, light spotting, hinges starting, boards with minor soiling, lightly rubbed; iv) The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes. Newnes, 1894. FIRST EDITION, illustrations by Sidney Paget, original blue cloth blocked in black and lettered in gilt, all edges gilt, patterned endpapers, collector’s box, bumped, boards lightly worn; v) The Hound of the Baskervilles. Newnes, 1904. FIRST EDITION, 16 plates after Sidney Paget, original pictorial red cloth, upper cover with hound design stamped in gilt and black, light browning, spine sunned; vi) The Return of Sherlock Holmes. Newnes, 1905. FIRST EDITION, illustrations by Sidney Paget, original blue cloth gilt, light browning, rubbed, cloth fraying slightly; vii) The Valley of Fear. Smith, Elder & Co., 1915. FIRST EDITION, original red cloth gilt, foxing, boards lightly soiled, bumped; viii) His Last Bow. Murray, 1917. FIRST EDITION, original red cloth gilt, spine sunned, bumped; ix) The Case Book of Sherlock Holmes. Murray, 1927. FIRST EDITION, original red cloth gilt, spine sunned; all 8vo (9)
Green & Gibson A10a, A14a, A26a, A29a, A39a, A40a, A46a
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