George Barrie and Son. Walton, William. Paris from the Earliest Period to the Present Day. Nine volumes. Philadelphia: George Barrie and Son, 1899. Library edition. 329, 389, 347, 331, 353, 357, 281, 283, 441pp. Illustrated. 8vo. Grey cloth with paper labels, T.E.G.. Book condition: Good with bumped, rubbed, and slightly frayed edges and a few short tears in joints. Labels are yellowed and a few are chipped at edges. Front pastedown has former owner's address label, rear pastedown has bookseller labels of Paul Elder & Co. Pages are clean, a few are yellowed, and the last two in Volume V, immediately following the last page, are stuck together, barely affecting table of contents. Volume I has short tears in head of spine, soft hinges, and is cracked at front endsheet. Each volume has a photogravure frontispiece and color-tinted prints. Richly illustrated. . Good. 1899. (Inventory #: UWALPAR00EF)
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