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Edward Viles & John Frederick Smith
BLACK BESS (1-160) Ed Viles +15 xtrare 1866 pullout posters vgc. Penny Dreadful.
London: Harrison of Fleet Street, 1866. Two volumes re-bound to high professional standard in luxury hard covers with lush leather spine & gilt titles. Exterior Fine. Interior Penny Dreadfuls vgc with occasional fingermarks: Vol1 2 tiny splash-marks at bottom, a few pages have closed edge tears, 2 very light penmarks on one page; Vol2 has light water stains to just a few page edges. The 15 Pullout Posters matching the comic issues included are in variable condition, 9 or 10 being Near Fine with no issues. A few have a spot near the edge, or a fold at corner, or a closed edge tear, though none are badly affected. Claude Duval has suffered the most, a larger square colour poster, it has been sufficiently used to break along the folding edge, though nothing is missing, it is still a complete image as shown. The colour images still have lustre about their surfaces. These posters are in Very Good condition for their age at near 150 years. DICK TURPIN Penny Dreadful "BLACK BESS" or "THE KNIGHT OF THE ROAD" by Edward VILES & John Frederick SMITH Published by E. Harrison 1866-7 Fleet Street, London. No's 1-160 in 2 vols re-bound in fine covers with Calf spines, salmon boards & luxurious gilt titles upon spine. includes 15 (of 20) RARE ORIGINAL 1st Ed 1866 Poster Pullouts The most complete set of the only 1st edition Black Bess posters! Very Good Condition. Edward Viles was noted by Montague Summers as a kindly overseer to several projects, particularly as guiding author-publisher of BLACK BESS and sequel THE BLACK HIGHWAYMAN, as well as BLUESKIN, GENTLEMAN CLIFFORD and WILL SCARLET … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
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