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    Charles Dickens ["Boz"], translated from the English by Julius Genbter. Lebensgeschichte und gesammelte Erfahrungen David Copperfield's des J√ľngeren. Leipzig, Germany: J. J. Weber, 1849-50.

    Two sixteenmo volumes. Illustrations.

    Quarter bound with marbled boards. Both volumes include the small label of a Berlin bookseller inside the front cover. Moderate wear to the bindings and foxing in the paper. Overall very good.

    This two-volume German translation of Dickens' David Copperfield was published at the same time as the English first edition in 1849-50. In Britain, the novel first appeared as 19 monthly one-shilling installments from May 1849 to November 1850. From the H. Barry Morris Collection.


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