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    [Jules Verne]. Charles F. Horne, editor. The Works of Jules Verne. New York: [1911]. Prince Edward of Wales Edition, limited to 500 sets.

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    [Jules Verne]. Charles F. Horne, editor. Works of Jules Verne. New York: Vincent Parke and Company, [1911]. Prince Edward of Wales Edition, limited to 500 numbered sets, this set being unnumbered and signed by the Registrar "R. G. Lancaster" on the limitation page bound in the first volume. Fifteen octavo volumes. Frontispieces and illustrations, title pages in red and black. Publisher's red cloth with gilt titles and devices on spines, top edges gilt. Cloth mildly shelfworn; spines sunned; spine ends mildly fraying; scattered touches of soil. Endpapers lightly discolored; some hinges starting or cracked; occasional minor foxing and soiling. Very good. From the Collection of Daniel J. King.



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