Lot 3236
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Lot Details
The Newcomes. London: Bradbury and Evans, 1853-5. 24 parts in 23. Illustrated with 46 engraved plates, 2 engraved title-pages, wood-engraved initials throughout, all by Richard Doyle. Original illustrated yellow wraps, custom gilt-lettered cloth fall-down-back box. Many ads present, most plates browned around margins, a few are evenly browned, generally internally quite clean, most wrappers with spines renewed, though wrappers mostly very clean.

First edition.
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