OWEN (ROBERT) The Book of the New Moral World, Containing the Rational System of Society, PRESENTATION COPY INSCRIBED, 1836
Lot 106
OWEN (ROBERT) The Book of the New Moral World, Containing the Rational System of Society, PRESENTATION COPY INSCRIBED, 1836
Sold for £750 (US$ 1,284) inc. premium
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OWEN (ROBERT)
The Book of the New Moral World, Containing the Rational System of Society, [Part one], ?PROOF COPY, AUTHOR'S PRESENTATION COPY INSCRIBED "To Prince Charles, Eldest son of Lucien & Great nephew of Napoleon Bonaparte from his friend Robert Owen" on the front free endpaper, blindstamp on title and final leaf, ink shelfmark on recto of title, early cloth, upper cover detached (as are opening 2 leaves), loss of spine [cf. Goldsmiths 29743; Kress C4213], 8vo, [Effingham Wilson, 1836], sold as an association copy

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  • INTERESTING ASSOCIATION COPY, inscribed by Owen to Charles Lucien Bonaparte (1803-1857), ornithologist and nephew of Napoleon.
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