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    With a Large Fore-Edge Painting

    [Fore-edge Painting]. William Cowper. The Works: His Life, Letters, and Poems. London: William Tegg and Co., 1851.

    Third edition. Octavo. 736 pages. With a large fore-edge painting of a river scene with a boat docked in front of an overhead bridge and a large building next to the river bank.

    Dark brown leather with gilt spine titles and decorations with gilt decorative ruling to the boards and a crest in gilt in the middle of the boards. All edges gilt. Moderate shelf wear. Rubbing to the spine ends, spine folds and corners. Very good condition with a substantial fore-edge painting of a pastoral scene.

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    February, 2010
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