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THE ANGLO-SAXON REVIEW. A quarterly miscellany. (A complete set of 10 volumes)

Churchill, Lady Randolph Spencer.

Editorial: Edited by Lady Randolph Spencer Churchill (Winston Churchill’s mother). John Lane, London and New York, June 1899-September, 1899
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First editions. Every volume has a note on its binding by Cyril Davenport, F.S.A. 4to. 30 x 20 cm. Illustrated with tissue guarded b/w engraved plates. Every volume has ffep & rfep, half title page and title page printed in black and red (except Vol. I, in black only). Vol. I. June 1899. (4), 255, (1) p. Frontis and 6 other plates. Cover is a facsimile of the binding of Thevet’s "Vies des Hommes Illustrés" (Paris: 1584), which was executed about 1604 for James I., King of England, Scotland, France and Ireland. Vol. II. September 1899. (4), 264 p. Frontis and 6 other plates. Cover reproduces the binding of the "Morgante Maggiore di Luigi Pulci", Venetia, 1546, bound about 1770-1780 by Derome le Jeune. The coat of arms added by Mr. Cracherode. Vol. III: December 1899. (4), 256 p. Frontis and 5 other plates. Cover reproduces the binding of Raderus’ "Bavaria Pia", printed in Munich in 1628 and bound for Charles I. Vol. IV: March 1900. (4), 267, (1) p. Frontis and 5 other plates. The binding reproduces a copy of "Polydorus Vergilius. Anglicae Historiae libri xxvi. Basiliae, 1534". Vol. V: June 1900. (4), 248 p. Frontis and 6 other plates. The binding was taken from a Book of Common Prayer, printed in London in 1669, bound for King Charles II., by Samuel Mearne. Vol. VI: September 1900. (4), 247, (1) p. Frontis and 5 other plates. Covers reproduce Le Gascon’s decorative binding taken from Chacon’s "Historia Belli Dacici a Traiano Caesare gesti, &c.,Romae 1616". From Vol. VI onwards, editor also appears under her new name: Mrs George Cornwallis-West. Vol. VII: December 1900. (4), 239, (1) p. Frontis and 6 other plates. Binding was taken from that which covers the folio edition of Soriano’s Masses (F. Soriani Missarum Liber, &c. Romae, 1609). From Vol. VII onwards, publisher is Mrs George Cornwallis-West, London. Vol. VIII: March 1901. (4), 246, (2) p. Frontis and 6 other plates. Its binding is the copy of Alessandro Piccolomini’s work, "Della Institutione Morale libri XII.", printed in Venice in 1560. Vol. IX: June 1901. (4), 247, (1) p. Frontis (missing in this copy), and 3 other plates. Binding reproduces a work by Theophylactus, Archbishop of Achrida, published in Basle in 1540. Vol. X: September 1901. (4), 245, (1) p. Frontis and 5 other plates. Binding model was an edition of the "Architecture" of Vitruvius, printed in Paris in 1547. The ten volumes include a variety of texts by well-known people such as: Henry James (his previously unpublished short story ‘The Great condition’ in Vol.I), Edmund Gosse, Maurice Baring, George Gissing, Andrew Lang, R. B. Cunninghame Graham, G. Bernard Shaw, Winston Churchill and many others. Top edge gilt, other edges untrimmed. Text pages and illustrations are clean, clear and bright. Occasional light foxing spots on end papers, few first and last pages and edges. Small bookstore sticker on front pastedown (Vol. I, III, IV, VII, VIII, IX, X). Full dark green morocco (I-IV), red morocco (V-VIII) and light brown calf (IX-X) binding, ornately decorated in gilt on front and rear cover, five blindstamped bands with gilt lettering and decoration on spine. Some wear to spine ends, some corners bumped, some spines and edges very slightly rubbed. Vol. V: Front joint starting to crack, but well attached to binding and interior. Vol. VI: Front cover detached together with ffep and half title page. Rest well attached to binding. Very small round hole from p.157 to the end on right bottom corner. Vol. VIII: Loose frontispiece with tissue guard. Overall VG copy in good + binding condition of the complete set of Lady Churchill's quarterly literary journal. N° de ref. de la librería I262708

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Título: THE ANGLO-SAXON REVIEW. A quarterly ...

Editorial: Edited by Lady Randolph Spencer Churchill (Winston Churchill’s mother). John Lane, London and New York, June 1899-September

Año de publicación: 1899

Encuadernación: Soft cover

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