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    [Samuel Maberly, AKA "Quis"]. Floreat Etona. Eton Sketch'd: A Series of Designs Illustrative of an Eton Life, as it Was in My Day. Nos. 1 - 7. Oxford: James Wyatt and Son, 1841 - 1842.
    Includes dealer's typed letter signed, dated 1912. Seven oblong quartos from a set of eight. Publishers' pictorial wrappers, some with covers detached or starting. Extremities gently creased, soiled and edgeworn. Light foxing scattered throughout. Good or better. From the collection of Judith Adelman.


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    November, 2015
    5th Thursday
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