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The Tour of Doctor Syntax, In Search of the Picturesque; A Poem. Ninth Edition, with new Plates

This volume is half bound on leather, Calf with marbled boards (Turkish Pattern ?) and the end pages are comprised of grey/green paper. Where the leather meets the marbled paper there are 2 parallel blind tooled lines. The spine has 5 raised bands with single gilt lines on top and blind tooled lines...
CCWSH:0279a

A Sentimental Journey Through France and Italy. Illustrated by Maurice Leloir. Limited Edition.

This volume has a simple sewn binding with fold-over decorated paper covers as well as a tissue wrapper and an elaborate olive-green cloth covered four-flap-folder with grey floral interior, green silk ties and impressed and coloured cover. Written in pencil on the front free end-page is "No 9 of...
CCWSH:0428

The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy Gentleman By Laurence Sterne. With an Introduction by Henry Morley.

This volume is bound in blue buckram, with a tooled and decorated front board. The paste-downs and end-pages are comprised from different paper than the rest of the text block and the front paste-down and end page have a printed history of "Morley's Universal Library" whilst the rear ones list...
CCWSH:0482

The Life and Opinions of John Buncle Esquire. With an Introduction by Ernest A. Baker, MA.

This volume is fully bound in black cloth over boards. The front paste-down has various ex-library stickers pasted on top of one another, the top one being "City of Westminster Public Libraries" with a blue stamp "Reserve Stock Recorded Issue" and also a brown ticket holder on the bottom right side.
CCWSH:0569

A Sentimental Journey Through France and Italy

A paper-back with glossy colour-printed covers and advertisment pages to the inside covers and end-pages. Pasted onto the inside of the front cover is a small white label with "From the Library of Kenneth at Shandy Hall". Written on the foot of the title page is a previous owners signature "Midbro...
CCWSH:0705