London: Henry G. Bohn, 1855. Full leather. Near Fine. Edward Finden (Henry Warren). Handsome 1855 edition of Byron's "Tales and Poems", complete in 2 volumes and published by Henry Bohn of London. Sumptuously bound in a full red morocco, with 5 raised bands along each spine, fine-tooled gilt-design at the compartments and bright gilt-rule and lettering to the panels. Clean, tight and easily VG+ to Near Fine. Octavos, top-edges gilt, lovely marbled endpapers. 46 steel engravings by Edward Finden (from designs by Henry Warren) beautifully complement the text. (Inventory #: 12252)
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