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    Richard Blackmore. Collection of Works of Richard Blackmore. London: 1866-1897. First editions.

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    Richard Blackmore. Collection of Works of Richard Blackmore. London: 1866-1897. Thirty-four octavo volumes, missing Lorna Doone. Bound by Bangorski and Sutcliffe. Contemporary full leather, gilt borders on covers, raised bands and gilt titles on spines, top edges gilt. Marbled endpapers. Boards mildly rubbed, edges lightly worn. The Maid of Sker II has loss on spine head. The Maid of Sker III has gutter hinge over-opened at half title. Very good. From the library of Sylvester Stallone.



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    March, 2017
    8th Wednesday
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