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Published: Chapman and Hall
Twenty parts in nineteen (1864-65), original wrappers. Wrappers to Part One are chipped and soiled, most spines slightly chipped to ends, spine chipped to part twelve, seven parts with an old booksellers stamp to upper cover, several with previous owner's name to head of upper wrapper. Internally some occasional spotting, light oxidisation to several plates, with the plates in Part Nineteen/Twenty water stained to bottom corners, otherwise fairly clean. With forty plates by Marcus Stone. Collates to Hatton and Cleaver, excepting Part Fourteen, where it lacks the 4pp advert for the 'Economic Life Insurance Society', however it does have the 'Foreign Bank Notes', (often wanting according to Hatton and Cleaver), slip in Part Nineteen / Twenty, and four extra advertisements (two slips and two loose). Housed in a cloth drop back box, with leather title label to spine. Hatton and Cleaver 345-370