Works of de Quincey – second set
A 19th-century, 9-volume set of the works of Thomas de Quincey, an English best known for his “Confessions of an English Opium-Eater.” Bound in light brown leather with light blue, cream, and light brown marbled boards.
A one-of-a-kind set from the Boutique.
|Title||Works of de Quincey, published by Adam and Charles Black|
|Description||Light brown leather spines and corners/light blue, cream, and light brown marbled boards/five raised bands to spines/gilt ornamentation to spines/red and burgundy spine labels carrying gilt titling/top edges gilt|
|Volumes||Nine odd volumes|
|Dimensions||9.75" w, 7.5" h, 5.5" d|
|Publication Date||Various, circa 1860s and 1870s|
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