WRITINGS OF CHARLES DICKENS With Critical And Bibliographical Notes By Edwin Percy Whipple And Others. Illustrated With Steel Portraits And Engravings From The Original Designs By Browne, Cruikshank, Leech, and Others

(Boston: the Riverside Press for Houghton Mifflin, 1894).

FIRST EDITION OF THIS SPECIALLY ISSUED SET AND COMPLETE IN THIRTY-TWO VOLUMES. This set is essentially a reprint of the very important "Illustrated Library Edition" issued by the author's publisher, Chapman and Hall in England. It contains all of the original additions and notes and is considered perhaps the most complete issue of Dickens' work that has yet been published. An excellent set, very attractively bound and amply illustrated. Besides all the writings of the great author, there is a volume entitled THE DICKENS DICTIONARY A Key to the Plot and Characters in the Tales of Charles Dickens with Copious Indexes and Bibliography by Gilbert A. Pirce with Additions by William Wheeler, and Illustrated with Etchings.
A very fine set of the writings, beautifully bound and beautifully preserved. Item #30342

32 volumes. The New Library Edition. Each volume with two engraved frontispiece plates in addition to the illustrations throughout after the originals. 8vo, very handsomely bound in three-quarter crimson crushed morocco over marbled boards, the spines gilt lettered and decorated with elaborate gilt tooled panels within compartments between raised bands, spines, marbled endleaves, top edges gilt. A very fine and beautifully preserved set.

Price: $3,500.00