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    [Charles Dickens, Bound Periodicals]. Household Words, Vols. I - III, London: Office of Household Words, 1850 - 1851.
    Incomplete. Three octavo volumes from a larger set. Contemporary quarter-leather over marbled paper, spines lettered in gilt. Spines slightly sunned. Extremities gently rubbed, bumped and edgeworn. Hinges lightly cracked. Light foxing scattered throughout. Overall very good. [Together with:] Anne Lohrli. Household Words; a Weekly Journal 1850 - 1859. Conducted by Charles Dickens. [Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1973]. First edition. Octavo. Publisher's binding and dust jacket. Jacket spine lightly sunned. Minor rubbing to jacket and extremities. Very good.


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