Three Hard Cover Antique Books, 20th Century, Photo Backdrop, Bookshelf Ornaments, Red, Burgundy, Leather & Cloth, O'Henry, Green's History

$42.00

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Item details

Vintage from the 1910s

Materials

books, hard cover, cloth, paper

The Book Condition:
These book sets have been published in the late 1800s - early 1900s; they are over a century old. I am not a book dealer, and I do not grade books on condition, so I'm only describing them all as I see them. All of these books have implied wear from being over 100 years old, including discoloration, darkening, all have tan or browning pages, and are all a little to a lot dusty, and most of them have writing in them. The pics show more details if you enlarge them. I will not break up the sets, please don't ask. But, I may list an exciting individual rare book once in a while! :)

I attempt to touch these books as little as possible. I cannot flip through them all to count that every page is there, or inspect every flaw (please don't ask me to). There may or may not be missing pages that I have overlooked. Anything major will be noted below.

Cabbages and Kings by O Henry
Doubleday, Page, & Company Publisher for Review of Reviews Co, 1916
Leatherbound and paper, gilt lettering on leather, leather is cracking slightly around spine, inside is great, still fairly solid.
5-1/4 x 7-3/4"

The Little Colonel by Annie Fellows Johnston
Grosset & Dunlap Publishers, 1922
Besides the darkening cover and spine wear, this book is super solid, writing on inside page.
5-1/4 x 7-1/2"

Green's History of the English People Volume 5 "Popular Edition" by John Richard Green
International Book Company Publishers, 1899
Gilt lettering on spine is fading, scratches on top of pages, some staining on pages. Very solid.
5-1/4 x 7-1/2"
The Book Condition:
These book sets have been published in the late 1800s - early 1900s; they are over a century old. I am not a book dealer, and I do not grade books on condition, so I'm only describing them all as I see them. All of these books have implied wear from being over 100 years old, including discoloration, darkening, all have tan or browning pages, and are all a little to a lot dusty, and most of them have writing in them. The pics show more details if you enlarge them. I will not break up the sets, please don't ask. But, I may list an exciting individual rare book once in a while! :)

I attempt to touch these books as little as possible. I cannot flip through them all to count that every page is there, or inspect every flaw (please don't ask me to). There may or may not be missing pages that I have overlooked. Anything major will be noted below.

Cabbages and Kings by O Henry
Doubleday, Page, & Company Publisher for Review of Reviews Co, 1916
Leatherbound and paper, gilt lettering on leather, leather is cracking slightly around spine, inside is great, still fairly solid.
5-1/4 x 7-3/4"

The Little Colonel by Annie Fellows Johnston
Grosset & Dunlap Publishers, 1922
Besides the darkening cover and spine wear, this book is super solid, writing on inside page.
5-1/4 x 7-1/2"

Green's History of the English People Volume 5 "Popular Edition" by John Richard Green
International Book Company Publishers, 1899
Gilt lettering on spine is fading, scratches on top of pages, some staining on pages. Very solid.
5-1/4 x 7-1/2"

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