Edinburgh Review 1861-1865
A beautiful 10-volume set of the Edinburgh Review published 1861-1865 and bound in early 20th century green buckram cloth with gilt titling to spines. The front end pages feature the bookplate of John Bigelow, an American statesman, historian, and Benjamin Franklin scholar who played a central role in the founding of the New York Public Library in 1895.
A one-of-a-kind set from the Boutique.
|Title||Edinburgh Review 1861-1865|
|Description||Early 20th century green buckram cloth binding with gilt titling to spine|
|Dimensions||14.5" w, 5.5" d, 8.5" h|
|Condition||Ex-library markings on all page edges|
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