Lot 4731
Sold for US$ 203 inc. premium
Auction Details
Lot Details
1. The Poetical Works. London: Longman, et al., 1837. 10 volumes. Frontispieces and additional title-pages. 12mo. Period half morocco. Some foxing at ends, minor scuffing and rubbing to bindings.
2. The Life of Wesley; and the Rise and Progress of Methodism. London: Longman, et al., 1820. 2 volumes. Frontispieces. 8vo. Period diced calf. Frontispieces and title-pages foxed, hinges repaired, bookplates, spines worn, vol. 1 rebacked with old spine laid down.
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