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DIARY AND CORRESPONDENCE OF SAMUEL PEPYS 1867 4-Vol. Set LEATHER ILLUSTR. London
Bell & Daldy, London, 1867. Full 4-volume set. Samuel Pepys, F.R.S. was the secretary to the admiralty in the reigns of Charles II and James II. The diary was deciphered by he Reverend J. Smith, A.M. from the original shorthand manuscripts in the Pepsyian Library. "With A Life" and Notes by Richard Lord Braybrooke. Full leather-covered boards, stamped in black, gilt and crimson. 5-band ribbed spines. All gilt fore-edges and blind stamped along the inner edges. All page edges marbled with matching end papers. Illustrated with portraits and pull-out maps and copies of correspondence. All volumes with frontis piece. 427,484, 481, and 495pp. 7x4 1/2". Gorgeous set. Condition of this set is Very Good Plus, with straight tight boards and nice luster to the leather and marbled page edges. Moderate rubbing to leather covers, mostly along the edges. and corners. Each volume has a "Williams" name plate affixed to front pastedown. A photo plate between pp318 & 319 is loose but included in Vol. III (see picture). Please review all photos and contact me if you have any concerns. I want you to be pleased with your purchase. Shop with confidence & View My Feedback. Regarding items on auction, I do not give out Reserve amounts to individual bidders - I want to be fair to all potential bidders. I am happy to ship internationally, but please contact prior to bidding or buying. Also for overseas shipping, Customs Paperwork will not be altered to reflect false prices. View My Other Items For Sale and save on combined shipping discounts. I want to ensure you have a pleasant shopping experience, … [Click Below for Full Description]
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