London: Henry G. Bohn, 1849. [Continental Fairy Tales] FINELY BOUND, First Thus. Octavo (18 x 13cm), pp.vi; 562; . With a frontispiece etching of Count Hamilton. In a fine later binding circa 1900 by WORSFOLD of red half crushed morocco with raised bands, elaborate gilt titles and decoration to spine, and marbled paper over boards. All edges gilt; marbled endpapers. Armorial bookplate of Charles Napier, Baron Lawrence of Kingsgate (1855-1927) to verso of front free endpaper. The very lightest of shelf-wear. A fine example bound in the West End style. Containing translations from the French of the following stories: 'The Four Facardins'; 'Zeneyda'; 'The Story of May-Flower'; 'The Ram'; and 'The Enchanter Faustus'. Item #52447
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