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Titolo: Thoughts for Enthusiasts at Bayreuth: ...
Casa editrice: Pickering & Chatto / Chiswick Pr
Data di pubblicazione: 1891
Condizione libro: Very Good
Tipologia articolo: Binding tight, text unmarked
~Dates 1888 - 1891. Volumes I & II published by Pickering & Chatto; Volume IV privately published at The Chiswick Press; Volume III was projected, but never published. Limited edition: Volume I, 91 of 100; Volume II, 73 of 100, vol.IV unnumbered. Bound in vellum with black armorial device and red lettering to frontboards, red lettering to spines. Black frame per page. Each volume fastened with four green ribbon ties (Volume I lacks lower ties). No ownership marks. Pagination: (x), 41pp. 4 illus, 6 text illus, 1 map + xi, (viii), 43-157pp., 7 illus, 12 text illus, map + (viii), 185pp., 8 illus, 10 text illus. Vellum in fresh clean condition, very slightly darkening on spine and towards edges. Size: Folio (32 x 23 cm). Codice inventario libreria HH0843
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