Hardcover, 8vo., good condition, brown decorated gilt lettering & designs on cover & spine, all edges gilt, brown endpages, inscription on endpage, 2pp adv., list of authors quotes, 688pp. Volume provides a list of subjects in the introduction. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: Many Thoughts of Many Minds
Publisher: London, Charles Griffin and Co., 1878. Second Series Fifth Edition.
Book Description Hardback published by Charles Griffin & Co., 1880. No dustwrapper. Some pages foxed. Binding a little rubbed. Good condition. This is a heavy book and will incur extra postal and packing charges. Bookseller Inventory # 324932
Book Description Charles Griffin and Company, London, United Kingdom, 1867. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. Appears to be first this edition from 1867. 'Sixteenth thousand'. Black (faux?) leather boards with ornate blind stamped pattern to front and back. Gilt lettering to spine strip with raised bands and blind stamped decoration in panels. Inside edge of boards has gilt patterning. Gilt page edges, all round. Yellow end papers. Owner name in ink to a free end paper - dated 1868. Red and black lettering to title page. Thick book - over 680 pages. Includes: preface; index to subjects; Treasury of Thought (A-Z); list of authors quoted. Like a dictionary of quotations. Text is clean. Spotting/ foxing to front end papers/ first few pages but text unaffected. Binding is okay - spine feels cracked in places. Board edges rubbed, some surface marks. Very top and tail edge os spine strip missing. Book weighs over 1 kg so expect to pay a bit more for shipping than the default price quoted. #129.10. Bookseller Inventory # 004551
Book Description London; Charles Griffin & Co, 1874. Green cloth hardcover. 682p. includes index plus 6p. of ads. Covers rubbed, gilt page edges, front hinge split. Award plate attached inside cover - Ararat district state schools competitive examination, November 20, 1974. Selections from the writings of the most celebrated authors from the earliest to the present time. Bookseller Inventory # 8215