“It was a hale and hearty age though, still: and in the summer or autumn evenings, when the glow of the setting sun fell upon the oak and chestnut trees of the adjacent forest, the old house, partaking of its lustre, seemed their fit companion, and to have many good years of life in him yet…”
DICKENS, Charles. Barnaby Rudge.
Interior: pages lightly age toned, creasing in the gutter (at the left hand margin) throughout. Occasional spotting, foxing and browning.
Exterior: Contemporary green half calf, spine in gilt with red title label and gilt lettering. Joints rubbed and splitting, wear to calf and boards.
Binding: Generally tight. Creasing in the gutters throughout.
8vo. London: Macmillan and Company, 1911.
A charming copy of this Dickens classic.
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