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    The First English Edition

    Jules Verne. Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Seas. London: Sampson Low, Marston, Low, & Searle, 1873. First English edition. Octavo. 303 pages. Collates complete with 112 illustrations; 110 inserted plates two vignettes at the beginning of each part. Modern half crushed blue morocco over blue cloth boards, marbled endpapers. Spine ruled and lettered in gilt in compartments with five raised bands. Top edge gilt. Slight browning to the fore- and bottom-edges. Lightly foxed preliminary pages. Title to illustration opposite page 191 nearly trimmed off, "Scene in the Mediterranean." Overall, an attractive copy in very good condition.

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    Auction Dates
    October, 2012
    4th-5th Thursday-Friday
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